Jatiluwih Rice Terraces

Our next adventure of the day following our Sekumpul Waterfall stop was the Jatiluwih Rice Terraces. We had a quick bite to eat at a nearby restaurant before heading out on a nice, picturesque walk.… Continue reading

Bali Adventures: Sekumpul Waterfall

Our third day in Bali was one of our favorite days of exploring. We were picked up by Dewa around 9am and started the 3 hour drive to Sekumpul Waterfall. Throughout our trip,… Continue reading

Mount Batur Sunrise Trek

Hiking Mount Batur had been on our bucket list since we first started planning our trip to Bali. Mount Batur is an active volcano that is located about 2 hours northeast of Ubud.… Continue reading

Monkeying Around in Ubud

After checking into our Airbnb on our first day in Bali,  we headed out to the main street in Ubud for some dinner and drinks. I was able to get a few snapshots of… Continue reading

Bali Adventures: Our Private Ubud Villa

Adam and I took the most amazing trip to Bali this past October. It was our last big trip together while living in Korea and will definitely be a vacation to remember. We… Continue reading

Day Trip to the DMZ

We have lived in Korea for a year and eight months but just recently made a trip to the DMZ. The trip has been on our bucket list for a while now and… Continue reading

Touring Tokyo

With just three days to explore Tokyo, my friend Jess and I didn’t waste any time. We pretty much covered the entire city and were completely exhausted by the time our short trip… Continue reading

China Adventures: Post-Race

After running The Great Wall Marathon we boarded the bus and headed back to Beijing for the remainder of our trip. It wasn’t fun being cramped up in a bus for 4 hours after running… Continue reading

Great Wall Marathon 2017

The Great Wall Marathon, put on by Albatros Travel, was first held on May 26, 1999. Albatros Travel is a Scandinavian travel company that was founded in Copenhagen in 1986 by Mr. Soren… Continue reading

China Adventures: Pre-Race

This past May, my friend Jessica and I took a trip to Beijing to run the Great Wall Marathon. The race is put on by Albatros Adventure Marathons and is considered one of the toughest… Continue reading

Halong Bay

Our overnight train from Lao Cai back to Hanoi was about as uneventful as our first train ride. I managed to get a bit more sleep this time around though, probably because I… Continue reading

Sapa Trekking: Day Two

After having such an exciting first day of adventures in Sapa, we were excited to get our second day of trekking started. We woke up well rested and grabbed a big breakfast from… Continue reading

Sapa Trekking: Day One

To get to Sapa we took an overnight sleeper train from Hanoi to Lao Cai. Our cabin on the train had two sets of bunk beds with a table and lamp in the… Continue reading

Cycling in Hanoi

Our third day in Hanoi was one of my favorite (and most terrifying) days of our holiday in Vietnam. We were picked up in the morning by TinTin and our driver and were… Continue reading

Exploring Hanoi

After a wonderful first day exploring Hanoi, we were excited to have great weather to start our second day of adventures. This day was spent exploring many of the monuments and alleyways of… Continue reading

The Streets of Hanoi

This past April my friend Elizabeth and I set out on a girls trip to Vietnam. We decided to use Buffalo Tours to make things easier for us, plus we heard the company… Continue reading

Puerto Princesa Adventures

The highlight of our time in the Philippines was definitely our time spent at Noa Noa Private Island but we did spend a few days in Puerto Princesa before heading back to Korea. We stayed… Continue reading

NoaNoa Private Island Getaway

When searching for a spot for our Christmas vacation, Adam and I somehow stumbled across the gem of NoaNoa Private Island. Renting our own private island started out as a joke that soon… Continue reading

Photo Post: Chuseok 2016

Chuseok is one of the most celebrated holidays in Korea. I was told this 3-day holiday is Korea’s version of Thanksgiving. The holiday is usually celebrated by visiting family members and friends and honoring their… Continue reading

Koh Samui & Ang Thong National Marine Park

The second part of our Thailand vacation was spent on the island of Koh Samui, about an hour flight south of Bangkok. We flew Bangkok Airways which we loved, mainly because they provided… Continue reading

Adventures in Bangkok

This past July we had the most amazing summer vacation in Thailand. This was our first International vacation while living in Korea and it is easy to say that it was one of… Continue reading

May in Korea

It has been a while since my last post so I thought I would type up a quick summary of what we were up to throughout the month of May in Korea, or… Continue reading

Taean Tulip Festival

This past weekend Adam and I took a drive to Taean to check out the Taean Tulip Festival. Taean is located about 65 miles east of us. Unfortunately with the traffic it took 3.5… Continue reading

Field Trip to the Park

I haven’t posted many photos of the kiddos at school lately. Here are a few shots I captured on our field trip to the park today. Aren’t they just precious?

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