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Traditional Korea in Jeonju

Traditional Korea in Jeonju

  There are two reasons to visit Jeonju in the Jeollabuk province: For once there is the Hanok Village, composed of hundreds of traditional Korean houses. You find teahouses, restaurants, museums, and all kinds of boutiques in these cute little buildings. The main street feels a bit like a tourist trap, but if you turn off a couple of times you quickly escape the masses and it’s really nice to stroll around. The second reason to come is to try a…

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Busan – Welcome to Korea

Busan – Welcome to Korea

  We left Japan from Fukuoka on a high speed ferry to Busan in South Korea. That’s where we’ve spent the whole last week. I guess we could stay even longer without a chance of getting bored. Busan must be Korea in a nutshell, it’s got a bit of everything: exciting skylines with huge skyscrapers (actually our accommodation is in one of these, on 32nd floor, how awesome is that!), broad white beaches with promenades to stroll along, hills and mountains for…

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Bula Nacula!

Bula Nacula!

  After three nights we boarded the ferry again, to head north to the island Nacula. The Goodbye at Wayalailai was like the Welcome, music and singing, while the motorboat brought us back to the ferry. We had booked the next three nights in a similar resort, the northernmost one in the Yasawa island group, another two and a half hours ferry ride. You could say, it was the same but sonewhat different. Three meals a day (though breakfast was…

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Winter is coming

Winter is coming

  Flagstaff, so much potential, such a shame. We planned three days in Flagstaff, just enough time to explore the town, drive to the Grand Canyon and enjoy the local food. We arrived in the evening, went for a really good pizza and then hit the sack early in our Motel, to be well-rested the next day when we had planned to visit Grand Canyon. But Flagstaff didin’t want us, the next morning the weather started changing for the worse; hail, rain,…

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Meet Finn

Meet Finn

  At Pauhana Surf School in Cabarete we met Finn, the COD (Chief Operating Dog). With this position, he is quite busy, but he still got some time to grant us a short interview:   We: Hi Finn, how are you doing today? Finn: Hey guys, thanks, I’m good. Today is not very busy, although it’s high season. The weather is not good, there are some dark heavy clouds in the sky. So people fear it might rain soon and…

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