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Malaysia is the most under-rated country to travel in SouthEast Asia

Nothing beats the hot & humidity of typical day in Malaysia better than a refreshing locally produced cup of longan juice - Melaka, Malaysia.

I’m not going to lie – I’m absolutely in love with SE Asia.  I’ve spent over seven consecutive years abroad and I’ve covered a decent amount of territory as a backpacker and expat living overseas; however, there are a few things I’m embarrassed to admit.  I’ve yet to travel to Europe.  I’ve never set foot [...]

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Go Bohemian in Stockholm, Sweden

Café IK’s World Trip by ikkoskinen

Let your inner Bohemian run wild in Stockholm’s SOFO district where unconventional attitudes and traditional Swedish charm clash to create fascinating venues. The last Thursday of each month is SOFO Night when merchants stay open late and treat shoppers to free music, shows and refreshments. Peddle Around Thanks to Stockholm City Bikes, you can “borrow [...]

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VIDEO: Korean Street Food at Namdaemun Market

Eating Korean Street Food at Namdaemun Market in Seoul, Korea video

In this travel video we sample various kinds of cheap and delicious Korean street food (Pojangmacha = 포장마차) eating at random Korean street stalls located at Namdaemun Market (남대문시장) in Seoul, South Korea. The wonderful aroma and lure of the different Korean dishes kept us roaming around for hours. Namdaemun Market is one of the [...]

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VIDEO: Nanta Musical Cookin

Nanta Musical Cookin Performance in Myeongdong - Seoul, South Korea

While visiting Myeongdong I was fortunate enough to witness the free musical ‘Cookin’ by Nanta performers who were wielding knives, playing drums and a whole host of other things. Myeongdong is typically an area associated with shopping and dining; however, one of my favorite aspects of this area revolves around the many free performances one [...]

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VIDEO: Giant Ice Cream Cone in Seoul

Eating a gigantic ice cream cone in Myeongdong - Seoul, South Korea

In this travel video we visit Myeongdong to do some shopping and enjoy wonderful Korean street food. Immediately our attention was captured by what appeared to be loud drumming noises off in the distance. As we approached closer we noticed Korean men and women drumming and wielding knives in a very impressive Nanta cooking performance [...]

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VIDEO: Taking a Train in Korea to Seoul

VIDEO: Taking a Train in Korea to Seoul

In this video we (Sam & Audrey) take the slow train from Pyeongtaek to Seoul. It was a last minute dash at the station, and we would not have made it had the train not been delayed.  Unlike trains in many other parts of the world, such as in India or Thailand, being punctual is [...]

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VIDEO: Namdaemun Market in Seoul

Namdaemun Market in Seoul, Korea

In this travel video we visit the bustling Namdaemun Market located in the heart of the North side of Seoul. Known as the oldest continually operating market in all of Seoul and South Korea, its narrow alleys offer a glimpse into the past. One reason we were very excited to visit this market was to [...]

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VIDEO: Nanta Performance in Myeongdong, Seoul

Nanta Performance in Myeongdong - Seoul, Korea

After visiting the traditional Namdaemun market we quickly turned our attention to nearby Myeongdong which is one of the most popular shopping districts on the North side of Seoul.  Only just a short walk from one another it’s quite fascinating going from such a traditional Korean market to one that is very modern and trendy. [...]

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VIDEO: Eating Korean Barbecue for dinner

Eating Korean Barbecue for dinner

In this video we (Sam and Audrey) go to yet another Korean restaurant; this time it is to a Korean barbecue where you can cook your meat at the table.  Cooking self serve would typically be a dangerous thing when I’m at the dinner table, but surprisingly we did rather well in this particular occasion. [...]

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Stunning New Zealand Scenery – South & North Island | Photo Essay

Sunset on a beach at remote Tawharanui Regional Park. April 27th 2012.

This is a wonderful guest post contribution from David M Byrne:  Introduction New Zealand, the Land Of The Long White Cloud, needs no introduction. Everybody is aware of its sheer beauty, a beauty brought to a worldwide audience thanks to Peter Jackson’s 2001-2003 Lord of The Rings movie trilogy. Earlier this year I was fortunate [...]

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