Sunday, 20 July 2014
A food post. And it's a good one too.
On a recent trip to Seoul and pretty much by accident, friends and I stumbled upon a breakfast cafe. But if the last 11 months in Korea (can you believe it's been that long!?!) has taught us anything, it has to be 'do not trust the Engrish'. Engrish, that's right, broken English promising all sorts of amazing western food that usually does not deliver.
Pictures don't always help and sometimes confuse us further, but once you're inside it feels a little embarrassing to get up and leave.
But do not fear, for below is two sparkling reviews of amazing brunch restaurants you should visit in Korea.
Monday, 14 July 2014
Last week I shared part one of 10 beautiful, strange and simple things I am very thankful for. You can find it here.
This week is part 2... without further ado and in no particular order: Enjoy.
Thursday, 10 July 2014
That picture there is a celebration. Four women who 11 months ago didn't know each other, have just resigned for a second year in South Korea. I cannot believe it is resigning time. This year has been amazing and I feel good about staying on in the same school and in the same city. It's not time to go home just yet.
As the calender pages race by and I find myself reflecting on the past 11 months, I also find myself listing strange and sometimes simple things as true blessings.
Below is just 10 things, in no particular order, that I am very grateful for at this point in my life.
Tuesday, 8 July 2014
On a recent girls trip to Seoul we visited the Princess cafe.
You pick a drink and pick a beautiful dress and spend the next hour playing dress up.
Let the gallery begin! Typical - I had to pick the most expensive. But as you will see, it was kind of amazingly amazing.
Tuesday, 1 July 2014
Two cool girls and I ran off to the sea side city of Busan last weekend (way back in March, but you know how far behind I am!) to use up the remainder of our vacation days.
Busan is on the east coast of South Korea, with a population of 3.6 million people it is much larger than my city of Daejeon.