Going back to reality has been difficult and I’m in denial, so I’m going to keep reliving my travel experiences until I can make new ones. This time last year, I returned from a month in South Korea. So here are 5 things I learned from traveling South Korea.
When I go on holiday, I often search for interesting day trips to find different sights further afield from where I am staying. So when I was staying in Seoul, I naturally looked at the bus trips to different districts to give me a chance to explore new areas of South Korea that I hadn’t seen before. I chose a tour of the UNESCO World Heritage sites in Buyeo, which is a peaceful town in the South Chungcheong province.
Going for a walk or a run can be refreshing, whether it’s just getting fresh air by walking around my town or exploring an exciting new environment when travelling. I walk to work every day and run twice a week, so it’s safe to say that I have my fair share of time outside. I can think of many times that the great outdoors have helped me with my mental health and I want to share one of those experiences with you in this post. Continue reading “5. Outside”
Today I arrived in Seoul at 8am after spending the last two days travelling from England to Finland and from Finland to Korea. I had a good experience flying with Finnair and I would do it again, despite the hassle of a long wait between connecting flights. Continue reading “A rainy day in Dongdaemun”