Juno Kim

Juno Kim, Originally from Seoul, South Korea, Juno set off for the wider world to pursue her passion for travel and storytelling. She traveled the world as an award-winning travel blogger and photographer, witnessing the everyday life of different cultures. Currently based in Anchorage, Alaska and exploring this amazing Last Frontier. Follow my journey through @RunawayJuno and Instagram .

Runaway Daily: USA Day 22 – I can see Canada from here! Lake Francis, New Hampshire

Day 21 & 22 – Lake Francis, New Hampshire. “I can see Canada from here!”  No, I can’t. It’s just a figure of speech. Though, it’s really right before Canadian border. Lake Francis State Park camp ground is going to be our home for two days. There was lots of people with fishing pole and …

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Runaway Daily: Day 20 – Hiking my butt off in White Mountains, New Hampshire

Day 19 & 20 – Hiking my butt off in the White Mountains How can I not climb up the White Mountains, when I’m in New Hampshire? The White Mountains is the location of the old man of the mountain, the symbol of New Hampshire. Although he is not there anymore, his spirit is still …

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Runaway Photo: Winning Never Looked So Good! – Saratoga, New York

  August 11, 2011. I came home – hotel, in this case – a little bit richer. The secret? Saratoga Race Track! Just like they say, “Winning Never Looked So Good!”   You can find Saratoga, New York, a charming little town 40 miles north from Albany. The most walkable city, pet friendly, historic architecture, Saratoga …

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Four Course Summer Tasting at Yono’s – Albany, New York

The first dinner at Albany, New York was at Yono’s, just like I mentioned in the last post, and yes, I had to write a single post for this place. Obviously, I’m not an expert of food to use appropriate terms, but no need to be one to express my appreciation for the fine meal. …

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Runaway Daily: USA – Day 12. Welcome to New York, The Empire State!

    I know, I’m little behind, but I decided to not skip my journey of last few days.It was combination of a lot of things. First, there was no accessible WiFi for few days, and second, it was mostly visiting people and having lots of schedules, that not organized by us. I apologize for …

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Runaway Daily: USA – Day 11. Pothole and Pizza capital in the world, Pennsylvania

    Day 10. P & P – Pothole and Pizza capital in the world   Pothole What a random encounter! Archbald Pothole State Park, there’s a huge pothole. According to their website, “a geologic feature that formed during the Wisconsin Glacial Period, around 15,000 years ago. The pothole is 38 feet deep and has …

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Runaway Daily: USA – Day 9. Stepping into Bear fever – Boyertown, PA

  Day 9. Stepping into Bear fever – Boyertown, PA   “We are in the downtown already?” That was the first thing I said about Boyertown. Right after, literally – right after, got off the old highway 100, there it was, Boyertown with a saluting bear. What a pretty town! Lots of old houses, brick …

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