Month: November 2017

Copenhagen on a Budget

Copenhagen on a Budget

Scandinavia is often overlooked as a travel destination. Tales of extortionate prices and biting cold have often caused me to choose other European destinations, such as Portugal and France. When RyanAir offered super cheap flights to Copenhagen, it seemed like a fantastic time to finally […]

What I Learned Staying with a Jungle Tribe

What I Learned Staying with a Jungle Tribe

Living in the jungle with an Indonesian tribe teaches you a lot about yourself. Obviously, lots of it is rather clichéd, but that doesn’t mean it is any less important. However, I will try and avoid being too predictable here, although I’m not how successful […]

5 Podcasts for Winter Nights

5 Podcasts for Winter Nights

With the nights closing in and the temperature dropping, winter is decidedly on its way. With no Christmas markets or mulled wine in Seoul, I’ve had to rethink how I deal with winter! It is unimaginably cold here, at least compared to a childhood in […]

Korean Food: Dak Galbi

Korean Food: Dak Galbi

On my bid to experience more Korean food, I am always asking people good things to try. Things generally that don’t involve kimchi! Dak galbi is often recommended and is something I really enjoy. I have now tried it a few times and would say […]