South Korea is the casual hikers’ paradise, and the trees and mountains in the fall turn the entire peninsula bright yellow and red.
Spring is in the air and boots are on the ground in Asia to see everything the continent has to offer, from temples in Bagan and the City Palace of Udaipur to Beijing’s Forbidden City and Nusa Penida underwater.
At first, Seoul can seem a bit cold and uninviting; however once you get the lie of the land and work out where to go, it quickly becomes clear how much this city really has to offer
As South Korean food, music and culture permeate around the globe, more and more people are waking up to the charms of this delightfully surprising country…
With tensions between North & South Korea at the highest point they’ve been in years, there couldn’t be a more dramatic time to visit the Demilitarized Zone.
Despite its reputation as a bustling, modern city, South Korea’s Seoul is also quite rich with history, so there is wonderful contrast between Old Korea and New Korea. It was this juxtaposition that drew me in.