June 6, 2015

The Poor Man’s Galapagos: Ballestas Islands

The Poor Man’s Galapagos isn’t so poor after all Always wanting to go to the Galapagos but too expensive? Put Ballestas Islands as your alternative. A group of 12 islands off of the coast of Paracas, the Ballestas Islands is […]
May 22, 2015
Big Red

There was Big Red

There was Big Red I’ve mentioned many times about my love of deserts (and glaciers). During my last few years of travels, I’ve visited various sand dunes, deserts, done a camel crossing, and traveled to Arctic regions. Last month, I […]
May 15, 2015

Fletcher Bay Coastal Walk: To the Tip of Coromandel Peninsula

Fletcher Bay Coastal Walk For the past five days, we’ve been blessed with a scenery that is one of the New Zealand’s finests. It’s Coromandel. Coromandel Peninsula is the small tip in the North island, east of Auckland. It’s visible […]
April 13, 2015
Juno and Stephen Wedding Photo

The Complete Guide to Korean Traditional Wedding Ceremony

The Complete Guide to Korean Traditional Wedding Ceremony Korean traditional wedding ceremony is full of colors and excitements. Fifty and some shades of colors in the traditional house’s courtyard and traditional live music have a power to make you dance […]
April 3, 2015
Kota Kinabalu Sunset

Runaway Photo: More Kota Kinabalu Sunset

More photos of Kota Kinabalu sunset are here! Kota Kinabalu is famous for their exquisite sunsets. I already show-offed how gorgeous those sunsets are from my previous photo essay. The world stops for 20 minutes in the evening. People sit […]
February 13, 2015
Kurlipa Bridge in Brisbane

Brisbane Any Day: City of Public Art and Koalas

Have you ever wondered why there are so many public art installations in Brisbane? That was the first question I had while walking in the downtown. Statues stand on the ground and some art even float in the sky in […]
February 6, 2015
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Brisbane, Australia

The Day I Held a Koala at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Brisbane

The Day I Held a Koala in Queensland, Australia What everyone said was true. They really do smell like cough drops. Their fur is like a high-quality floor mat, their claws are like round sickles, but their face makes you […]
January 29, 2015
The Kelpies

The Kelpies: More Than Just Giant Horses

The Kelpies: More Than Giant Horses Scotland recently acquired a pair of metal equine sculptures. It’s 30-meter high, became the largest public art in Scotland, and one of the largest of its kind in the world. It’s The Kelpies, stands […]
January 23, 2015

Runaway Photo: Collanmore Island of Clew Bay

Exploring Clew Bay: one island at a time Collanmore Island, one of 365 islands in the Clew Bay, is where I spent two days during my Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way trip. People say it takes one full year to visit […]
January 17, 2015
Edinburgh's Hogmanay

Party ‘Till the New Year: Edinburgh’s Hogmanay

What happened at the Edinburgh’s Hogmanay Edinburgh knows how to welcome the New Year. For three days, they throw one of the world’s biggest parties filled with music, adventure, and more than enough fireworks. I returned to Scotland to participate […]
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 […]
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 […]