Runaway Media

January 9, 2015
This is Glen Coe, Scotland

I Went to Glen Coe, And This is What Happened.

Glen Coe: Where the Elves Might Be(?) Sometimes the world can surprise you when least expected. Our road trip from Edinburgh to Glen Coe, which normally takes less than 3-hour ‘in a normal driving’, took us five hours. A car […]
January 7, 2015

The Three Sisters – Bidean nam Bian

In Glen Coe, find the famous “Three Sisters”. It’s a part of Bidean nam Bian, the highest point in the former county of Argyll. Glen Coe’s scenery is so dramatic, it’s been featured in numerous films over the years, most […]
November 28, 2014
Great Western Greenway

It’s Not Like Riding a Bike – Great Western Greenway is Wonderful, Nonetheless

“It’s like riding a bike…” doesn’t really mean anything to me. If you mean it’s a mind-bogglingly difficult task, then yes. One of the most excruciating memories from my childhood was riding a bike along Han River with my classmates […]
November 21, 2014

Following Finn McCool’s Footstep — The Giant’s Causeway

The legend goes… Irish giant Fionn mac Cumhaill (Finn McCool) built a causeway over the North Channel to meet and fight Scottish giant Benandonner. They’ve been rivals for some time. Finn was often taunted by Benandonner from afar. Finn finally […]
November 13, 2014
Stilt Village in Mabul Island, Borneo

Runaway Photo: Bajau Laut and Mabul Island, Malaysia

Mabul Island gave me an ecstasy and sadness One of the richest single destinations for exotic marine life anywhere in the world, Mabul Island was the perfect destination to complete my time in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia. I was still high […]
October 22, 2014

Dingle Me Tingle… Ireland is Irresistible

P.S. I Love You… Dingle Peninsula When I close my eyes and think of Ireland… I imagine rugged terrain, steep cliffs, green hills, and breaking waves. That is the definition of Ireland for me. Standing on the hills of the […]
October 16, 2014

Climbing Croagh Patrick, Ireland’s Holy Mountain

Croath Patrick, with our without shoes Climbing holy mountains is more than just hiking; it’s a practice for the soul and body. Croagh Patrick, Ireland’s holy mountain, is located in County Mayo, on the west coast of the country. There’s […]
September 23, 2014

Conquering Seoraksan National Park

Conquering Seoraksan National Park South Korea is a small country, about the size of Portugal, but we are blessed with high peaks and wildlife. The country is 70% mountainous area. Because of our four distinctive seasons, this land of the […]
September 12, 2014

Cultural Capital of Chiapas: San Cristóbal de las Casas

The Parachico Dancers Welcome You to San Cristobal de las Casas In the central highlands of Chiapas, you can find the charming San Cristobal de las Casas (San Cristobal). Drenched with Spanish colonial style, San Cristobal’s red-roofed buildings, cobblestone streets, […]
September 4, 2014

Where in the World is Huaxteca?

Huaxteca, where you can find the hidden Eden I signed up for an adventure trip in San Luis Potosi called “Earth’s Hidden Eden”. We were going to jump off waterfalls, go rafting, swimming, diving, and so on in the area […]
August 15, 2014

Runaway Photo: Different Faces of the Gold Coast

Gold Coast, the Glamorous Queensland’s City Gold Coast, a costal city of southeastern Queensland is one of the hottest tourist destinations for both locals and international visitors. It attracts several million people all year round. But why is the Gold […]
August 8, 2014
Shearing shed at Charlotte Plains

Runaway Photo: Charlotte Plains – Outback Magic

“Bridge the gap between country and city.” This has been Robyn’s motto for working in tourism. She has always tried to show visitors the difference between traveling and experiencing. Now she’s continuing the tradition through Charlotte Plains, previously owned by […]