Seoul Battleship Park

  “Life is like the river, sometimes it sweeps you gently along and sometimes the rapids come out of nowhere.” ― Emma Smith Life prospers around rivers. And when a river cuts across a densely packed urban city — it literally brings in a breath of fresh air. We’re incredibly lucky to have the River Hangang (한강)…

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Exploring Yangpyeong with Trazy

Earlier this year, we signed up with local tour specialists, Trazy, for the travel blogger sponsorship program. The brainchild of Jahyun and Kristine, Trazy works on the idea: ‘Travel + Crazy’ (equals Trazy), to offer offbeat  tailer-made tours in South Korea. We know how hard it is to find English tours in Korea and that’s why Trazy…

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Balancing on Two Wheels

  “Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” Neil Gaiman I’ve always been an indoor person and preferred books to any kind of outdoor activity. There’s a strange comfort in living in a world of imagination. Probably because, you…

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Exploring North Jeju in a Day

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Into Guilin’s Dreamy Waterscape

We woke up at 5 am to board our morning flight from Xi’an to Guilin. After a good night’s rest, both of us were pretty refreshed and excited to explore China’s rustic countryside. The flight time is roughly two hours – not adding the half-hour delay on the tarmac. The Xi’an – Guilin tourist circuit is quite…

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Thinking Green in Shanghai

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24 Hrs in Amsterdam

The best way to follow-up Paris is to head straight for Amsterdam. After 4 days of back-to-back sight seeing; we chose to slow down the pace. Or at-least that’s what we tried to do. Thalys covers the distance – between the two cities – in about 3 hours. Technically, we had 36 hours in hand to explore Amsterdam. But, given…

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60 Minutes along the Rhine

Neighbouring France and Germany, the city of Basel offers a heady mix of natural beauty, traditional Swiss culture, and modernity. Undoubtedly, there would be lots to pursue here. But if you’re making a pit-stop at Basel, with less than a day in hand, then taking a walk along the River Rhine should be your top priority. Evenings are perfect to…

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Top 5 Things to do in Brussels

So you’ve decided to extend your stay in Brussels. After ticking off the main tourist sights, there will be lots more left to pursue. Skip the transport system and see where your feet take you. Like most European towns/cities, Brussels eclectic energy is best enjoyed along its streets. But when you’re tired, ensure you know…

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