Getting Touristy in Seoul

It was Basil’s fourth visit to Seoul and the first for me. Here’s what we didn’t expect. There are way too many places to discover, hike, or dine. It was hard to choose and we opted for sights that seemed mandatory. With Basil working during the week, we were left with weekends to explore Seoul – together.…

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WPC:Change

To be honest, I hadn’t a clue of what I should post for this photo challenge. I’m in the midst of compiling our month long Korean trip. Nothing really seemed to click. So, I’ve come to rely on our experiences with travel. I’ve never been a brave person. I’d be the last person, who’d want to…

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Knock, Knock. Who’s There?

It’s a sleepy Saturday afternoon on a warm summer’s day. As we walked along the deserted roads in Seoul’s Heritage Village – few doors are open. No heads peep in curiosity or wait to be clicked. And yet, it makes perfect sense, to stick to the rules: no loudspeakers, hushed voices, and no secret photography. Bukchon Hanok, is…

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Notes from the Road

Every time we travel, I wonder how much of what we see or who we meet, will remain unaffected through our interaction. After-all, we did come from the outside, and that in-turn would alter the reality of those living in a world – very different from our own. And through every subsequent visit, by people, belonging to different worlds;…

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