Singapore is a lovely, unique country. With strict laws, the city remains clean and uninhibited by crime. Regular high GDP allows the country to pump money into some really wonderful sights. We spent a day and a half there, so … Continue reading
The small country of Singapore is absolutely unique. Not only does it have a very strong economy, it also is an incredibly safe place to travel…if you don’t break the law. The nation has absurdly strange laws with intense consequences. … Continue reading
When reading about Penang Island, most resources rave that it is a foodie’s heaven. I found this to be a pretty accurate through my own experience. We spent most of our time in Georgetown, which is the main city on … Continue reading
While walking through downtown KL, one would think that the town had somewhat of a funky smell overall. It’s not something you could really pinpoint. It wasn’t a bad smell, just nothing familiar. Before coming to Malaysia, I had been … Continue reading
The travel books and blogs stated that the Cameron Highlands was a good place in Malaysia to escape the heat. That was enough for me to be sold on it, but it was also a fantastic place to travel. The … Continue reading
Before entering Malaysia, I had a preconceived notion that the country would be pretty sketchy. I didn’t have any specific evidence of this; but through some of the blogs I had read, it seemed that there would be some issues … Continue reading
For the purposes of our backpacking trip through Southeast Asia, South Korea was kind of a bonus country. We had anticipated the budget being more than we would spend in countries like Thailand or India. Other travel blogs had said … Continue reading
Seoul is a haven for all assortments of shopping, but there is a whole other aspect of the city where you’re acquiring beautiful memories and experiences rather than items to take up space in your bag.
Leaving Seoul after the 4th day was incredibly difficult. I never could have imagined feeling how I would feel while in Seoul. We initially considered it a bonus country.
Initially I wasn’t too jazzed about Korean food. I am not sure why. Maybe since I’d never really heard of Korean restaurants being popular in any towns in America that I’ve lived, I thought it was nothing to write home … Continue reading