Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Need to Know Series, 1. What was I feeling one year ago?

Over the last few weeks I've been thinking a lot about how I feel right now and what I was feeling at this time one year ago.

My life in South Korea has fallen into a pretty good rhythm but what was it like one year ago? And what have I learnt the second year round that can help others thinking of moving to Korea?

This 'need to know' series will do just that. Little things I was really afraid of, things that were built up at EPIK (English Program in Korea) orientation that turned out to be a lot easier than anticipated and a few helpful things I could never find when I was researching my impending move to South Korea.

Hope it helps.... So what was I up to one year ago...?

Thursday, 20 November 2014

Welcome to 1989!

So it's my birthday coming up and I'm going to be .. old. I feel I'm going to be old.
A quarter of a century old in fact.
Rather than sit around and freak out about this I am going to buy more wrinkle cream and concentrate on how awesome life is.
Reflecting on the last few years got me thinking about the times I cannot remember, specifically the year I was born.  I decided to do a little research into what the world looked like when I was born.
So please... *motions with hand*, if we step into this nifty time machine I have here...

Enjoy :)

Saturday, 25 October 2014

Hair today, gone tomorrow!

Source: Pinterest. 

It's that time again, and it seems to come around too quickly. A haircut and with a brand new style.
Friday night I rushed to the bus and made my way into Tanbang, central Daejeon to visit Leechard Pro-hair.


Tuesday, 30 September 2014

My one year anniversary.

A whole year has come and gone and all the while I've been living in South Korea. What better thing to do than go home for a surprise visit and spend time in beautiful New Zealand? Nothing, the answer is nothing. So off I went...

Sunday, 20 July 2014

A food post: Breakfast time.

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.

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