Saigon Cooking Class

banana blossom salad

What better way to acclimate yourself with a new culture than diving into its cuisine?! Vietnamese food is fresh, sweet, and full of flavor. Every meal is a treat and what’s even better, most meals here cost less than $2.oo! My neighbor from Korea (whom I love so much!) came to stay for a week, … Continue reading

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Travel in India: The Inconvenient Truth

Indian Train

Travel is awesome. It’s an experience, it’s an education. BUT!… it’s not always fun & games… particularly in India!¬†There is no¬†arguing that¬†the subcontinent offers some of the world’s greatest sights & experiences, but India also throws up some difficult challenges that might have you questioning if it’s all worth it?! Culture shock may need to … Continue reading

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Festival Fun

¬†¬† Korea’s nothing short on festivals. There are festivals for literally¬†every occasion you can think of. International films, music, butterflies, buddhism, traditional music, Ginseng root, rice culture, jazz, ceramics, seafood, paper lanterns, soybean, whales, fireworks, kimchi, mountain snow, mushroom, FIRE, sea-parting (similar to Moses), rice cakes, tea bowls, mime, herb medicine, martial arts, wild tea, … Continue reading

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Attempting ‚ÄėBuddahood‚Äô (Korean¬†Temple¬†Stay)

Since our arrival in Korea 8 months ago, we’ve heard so much buzz surrounding temple stay programs. It is a perfect opportunity for travelers to¬†experience Buddhism, living amongst¬†the temple’s monks for 2 long days and one short night. For me it was the chance to try to understand this fascinating religion that I know so … Continue reading

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TIK. This Is Korea.

I love Korea & I love my job for its randomness. I don’t know why I am still so surprised¬†when these daily occurences of disorder and confusion happen. I should be ready for the randomness¬†that is¬†everyday life¬†because really… who in the hell knows anything in this country? Somehow things get done, somehow schools are still … Continue reading

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