Best of Mui Ne for $3.50 It was November and the heat in Mui Ne… unbearable, way more humid than Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon)! But I’d still highly recommend a visit to Mui Ne for the following reasons… 1. Cheap accommodation A bed from just $3 (USD) per night in a dorm room. Check
5 restaurants serving vegetarian food that won’t break your budget! 1. Ngộ Quán Chay Vegetarian restaurant serving delicious Vietnamese dishes (warning: possibly MSG-loaded) that are super affordable. You can order soup dishes such as Bun Rieu or Bun Bo Hue for as cheap as USD$2! Friendly service and free WiFi included. Located just 1-minute walk from
EXPLORING JAPAN Tokyo – Kyoto – Sapporo – Hiroshima PLACES TO VISIT Here is a list of some of my favourites organised by location! AROUND KYOTO Kyoto International Manga Museum (800 yen) – 3 floors, massive collection of manga, get a picture drawn by one of the anime artists on-site. Yasaka Shrine Nara – feed
HOW MUCH: 32 DAYS IN JAPAN For my second trip to Japan, I decided to stay for a full month! I spent 3 weeks with my partner covering Tokyo, Kyoto, Sapporo, and Hiroshima. When he left for Sydney, I continued on solo, just in Tokyo, and Couchsurfed (free accommo, yay!) Japan has a reputation for
8 Days in Hong Kong This was my third visit to Hong Kong! I didn’t like Hong Kong very much at first, but after my third trip, I could see myself living there! Who I travelled with I was travelling with my partner Luke. He’s a foodie and did a ton of research on places
Busan, South Korea A couple of days in Busan with my partner, my sister and her partner. Busan is extremely humid during the summer so avoid travelling then (July/August) if you can!
Gyeongju, South Korea Exploring Korea’s ancient city, Gyeongju. Group photos by Su Hun. Music: Milky Chance – Flashed Junk Mind (filous remix)
Boseong Green Tea Fields AUGUST 2015 Music from Audioblocks available under a Royalty Free License Agreement. We met the cutest Korean couple on this trip! If you’re up for a trek, consider the green tea fields at Daehan Dawon Tea Plantation in Boseong. Who I travelled with. My friends from Goseong! We’re all ESL
Seoul, South Korea After 5 months living and working in South Korea, my partner Luke, my sister and her partner flew over from Sydney. It was one really hot summer but we managed to get through it! Check out our sweaty faces. Summer break in Seoul, 2015. Food Photos by Luke. This video features music
HIKING: JIRISAN NATIONAL PARK DECEMBER 2015 Jirisan is South Korea’s largest national park. It covers 3 provinces, Gyeongsangnam-do, Jeollanam-do and Jeollabuk-do, and is a hiker’s paradise! The second tallest mountain in South Korea, Mount Jirisan can be found standing here at 1915m above sea level – the tallest being Mount Hallasan on Jeju Island (1950m).