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Poppies of Taehwagang River Grand Park, South Korea

By |2020-09-29T03:48:26-04:00May 15th, 2015|Asia, South Korea|

Taehwagang River Grand Park -  Daily Journal Entry - May 15th, 2015 Today was an excellent day spent in Ulsan at the Taehwagang River Grand Park. The Highlights: This park is a beautiful place to visit, easy to get to from Seoul and Busan, and it provides a magical backdrop for nature and portrait photography. [...]

Video: World’s BIGGEST Paint Party

By |2020-12-01T04:45:43-05:00December 12th, 2015|South Korea, Vlogs|

New video! wooo! I've been keeping up with the Friday Travel Video updates for almost two straight months. :D In July my awesome hubby got tickets for Life in Color. Life in Color is an huge paint party EDM concert event that started in Florida and has now gained enough fans to tour the entire [...]

Not Everything Comes Easy – Getting Open Water Certified!

By |2016-01-30T22:42:57-05:00November 4th, 2015|Asia, South Korea|

I had been hounding my husband for weeks. The one thing I really wanted to accomplish this year was learning how to scuba dive. We had the perfect opportunity to do it together but he was dragging his feet.  Finally he agreed and we signed up for  the open water course with Busan Scuba. Stacie, [...]

Busan’s International Firework Festival

By |2016-01-30T23:21:56-05:00November 3rd, 2015|Asia, South Korea, Vlogs|

When Busan does fireworks they seriously go big! For those of you who haven’t seen my vlog covering our trip to the event you can check it out below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZHOdvGANV_4 This was Busan’s 11th year hosting one of the biggest fireworks festivals in Asia. The theme seemed to be along the lines of “Love”. For [...]

Busan’s Rapeseed Blossom Festival

By |2020-09-29T01:38:24-04:00April 23rd, 2015|Asia, Personal Post, South Korea|

I  first heard about the festival through one of my new favorite websites: BusanHaps.com which features an updated listing every week of things to do in the Busan area. Best part is all the information is in English, which can sometimes be hard to find. The festival runs usually the first or second week of [...]