After a long day of travel, we finally arrived in Jeju-do! Jeju is the southernmost, and largest island in South Korea. I began the trip by leaving my wee country village and taking the bus to Daegu for the meet-up. The bus left at 3am so I had to wait from 8pm in Daegu. Another… Continue reading Joyful Jeju!
Back in early April, I was all set to go to Saudi Arabia. I had the abaya and scarf ready to go. Then I discovered some issues with the school and director, so I opted for Korea. But before that turnaround, I was treated to my first MLB game by my mom and uncle. We… Continue reading My first USA Major League game
I wrote the following for a blog post for my office of education. Being a vegetarian in Korea is not 100% easy like it was in Malaysia or Thailand. Somehow Seoul was recently placed on a list of the top 10 best cities to live in as a vegetarian. I would not agree with that.… Continue reading Vegetarian in Korea
Hello my sexies! Welcome back to my blog! Oh, and sorry for all the typos in my last post. This time I am writing in Word vs in WordPress. Something crazy kept happening every time i tried writing or deleting a letter/ word in WP. So as I mentioned in yesterday’s blog, this one will… Continue reading Teaching in South Korea
Soooo,yea, I know I said that I will write about my trip to Marlins Park back in April… and I will! I promise! I am the type of blogger/vlogger that likes doing everything all at once versus overa daily or themed routine. I know some vloggers for example have a Q & A on Mondays,… Continue reading What’s up Doc?
Holy crap on hells toast! The pain, the pain! At least that is how I felt whilst trying to insert a menstrual cup earlier today. As a frequent female traveler, I have had to deal with periods on the road. It ain’t easy as a female. I do know of some women who only use… Continue reading Menstrual on the Road
A few years ago I was published in Way Beyond Borders. It is a travel site with tidbits over various countries and sites. Here is my article over Melaka.