Seoul expat and travel blogger Laura Bronner gives us her breakdown of the best things to see in bustling Seoul.
On our travels, the memories that last the longest are those where we connected most deeply with the local people, food and culture. We look at travel startup Withlocals.com and how they're connecting travelers with locals through food and experiences.
Guest poster Marie-Laure Parsy shares her visit to Sri Lanka and the Esala Perahera, the largest Buddhist gathering on the island.
Thailand is a country of natural landscapes perfectly combined with extraordinary architectural masterpieces and religious temples. Guest poster Alyssa James describes 8 amazing temples that shouldn't be missed next time you find yourself in beautiful Thailand.
If you've followed our blog for any length of time, you'll know that we love to kick back and hang with the locals.We've eaten at local, hole-in-the-wall restaurants, wandered around the back streets of dozens of cities and have made connections with people all across the globe. That's what makes traveling so special.Okinawa Prefecture has just made a video with that as it's goal. It's called Meet The Locals.
There is something incredible about going to South-East Asian countries. Apart from their stunning landscapes, smiley local faces and beautiful UNESCO heritage sites you can explore, there is also the food - unique, flavored with various herbs and spices, healthy and extremely delicious! What is more, you can enjoy a great variety of Cambodian, Thai, Vietnamese and Laotian dishes at a very affordable prices, so if you are a budget foodie, you will find these travel destinations your food paradise on Earth. Read along to find 10 of the most delicious and affordable dishes in South East Asia...
Back in 2003, Micki and I had just taken our first steps towards a lifelong love of travel. We were only into our first few months of that first year long trip, however we were already documenting our travels for our family and friends back home.This post is taken from an old letter sent home talking about our adventure on the way to an overnight ferry to Ko Samui, Thailand.
Like many desk-bound Canadians, I had always fantasized about finding the perfect tropical beach. A beach with the whitest sand, the clearest water, and most importantly, the fewest tourists.In 2003, I had left a promising career on hold to explore Thailand in search of Garland's perfect beach with Charles, who was then my boyfriend of just over a year.The numbers themselves argued against being able to find paradise. Close to ten million tourists visit Thailand each year, with a good proportion of them hitting the touristy mainland beaches of Pattaya, and almost as many visiting the island of Phuket.Join me as I search through sun-drenched islands in search of a paradise that may soon be lost to all of us.