I want to make sure I’m showing all sides and aspects of the living abroad experience. Last year I may have shown more of the better times than the times I really struggled. I missed my family and friends SO much. I missed out on celebrations back home. I missed some foods. I missed playing … More Ups and Downs of Living Abroad
We saw old friends! Our friends Chante and William from CEV were oh so kind to store some of our stuff from our apartment last year, so last weekend they made the trek up to Incheon to give us two of our suitcases. We spent Friday night in Incheon and tried out a place called … More The Grasshopper, the Braai and a Group of Weirdos
Luke and I have had about three months to visit as many friends and family as we could before leaving again for Year Two. It may sound like a lot of time, but in reality, after the holidays, it was only a small number of weekends that were available. And between Fort Wayne, Indianapolis, Louisville, … More Year Two Begins in Songdo!
After we rang in the New Year with some close friends, Luke and I flew out to Los Angeles to surprise his friend for his birthday and spent a week and a half exploring Southern California. We spent the first weekend at Big Bear Lake, hiking, drinking and hanging out. It was a lot of … More SoCal in January
You may have thought I was done blogging since we’ve been back in the States but I of course have to document our trip to The City of Lights! Seeing as though we only have a couple weeks left before going back to Korea for year two (surprise!) we have been extremely busy visiting as … More Christmastime in Paris
Our Last 2 Weeks For our last two weeks in Changnyeong, Luke and I have had a lot to do! We’ve been going through our stuff and deciding what to leave behind, ship home or take with us, while also planning our next vacation and looking for new jobs. As expected, it’s been stressful and … More The Bittersweetness to Our Final Days
Boppin’ Around Daegu The first weekend with the newest couple, Eric and Carley, was spent in Daegu on Saturday. They went and hiked with Sam and Stephanie, while the rest of us did some shopping and had a relaxing day walking around the city center. Luke and I stumbled upon a temple with what looked … More Squeezing Everything in With 1 Month Left!
We have ONE MONTH until we will be back in the States and it is all getting very real and bittersweet. We have, without a doubt, had 10 years of experiences just from our one year in South Korea. We traveled to seven different countries with more to go. And we have learned SO much … More 15 Things We’ve Learned While Living in South Korea
As we sneak into the holidays, the girls and I decided to make this DELICIOUS apple crisp recipe at girl’s night. And let me just tell you…after we put that with some vanilla ice cream…I think we all about died and went to heaven.
Songjeong Beach A few days after our staff trip, and with Fall officially here, Luke and I looked into where we could go camping or hiking and decided on beach camping. We settled on Songjeong Beach in Busan to see yet another area of the city that we love so much.