At first I was a little sceptical about visiting Thailand. I envisioned being surrounded by alcohol infused Brits, clinging to plastic buckets and feeling the pressure to have a ‘good’ time. What I actually found is that like anywhere, if that’s your scene, that certainly exists, but there is also a serene side and much … More Postcards from Thailand
The French capital is truly magical. For me, the city break was less about seeing the sights, and more about getting lost in its narrow streets, soaking up the relaxed atmosphere. So, if you ever visit, just sit at a brasserie, order a glass of wine and watch the world go by.
It may seem kind of ridiculous posting now. I took my trip to Cambodia in January and its already July. Where has the time gone? I’m starting a job very soon and moving soon to start a new phase of my life but I can’t help but reminisce, as memories are far more valuable upon … More Postcards from Cambodia
New Year: Korean Style New Year is usually characterised by a terrible hangover, wallowing in self-pity, drinking copious amounts of tea and watching Disney movies. Whilst Koreans are known for their love of a good party (Korea drinks on average 14 shots a week), NY is celebrated slightly differently. The idea is to get up very early (or … More Postcards from New Year: Korean Style
Korea: PNU, Busan Last Monday it was my school’s birthday so I got the day off. Woop! The weekends move far too quickly so it was nice to have the extra day. I headed to Busan National University (PNU) and walked down Oncheoncheon (Oncheonjang river) back around towards my house. PNU is a great area and … More 40. Street Art in PNU