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Posts from the ‘Korea’ Category

Le Tatin: the best little Crêperie in Seoul you don’t know about

Le Tatin offers a rare thing in Seoul - affordable savoury crepes.

Even better? These ones are Français-friend tested and approved!

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Infinite Views at Seoul Sky: The Highest Outdoor Observatory in the World

Seoul Sky should be on everyone's must see list.

The views from Korea's tallest building and the 3rd highest observation deck in the world are astounding.

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Peach Gray: Watercolours, Pancakes and Coffee

Dog, cat, raccoon, meerkat, book, board game, wedding dress, and even poop. Yup! Seoul is full of weird cafes.

Visit Peach Gray for painting and pancakes.

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3 Unexpected Perks of Flying with an Infant

Believe it or not, flying with an infant is not all bad. And here's why.

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RIP Nonna Vjollca

May you find peace in the rivers, oceans, and skies of the world as your soul travels to the furthest reaches of our Universe.

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2016: The Year we Learned how to Travel with a Baby

From Kyoto to Santorini to Rome, 2016 was the year we learned how to travel with 1 extra piece of VERY important baggage.

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I Might be a Giant: Tiny Trees through the Seasons

I'm pretty sure I might be a giant. At least when I look out my apartment window.

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Postcards from Seoraksan National Park: Fall Colours

Seoraksan is one of the country's most beloved fall foliage spots.

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S(e)oul is where the Heart is

I've never felt less Korean, than the day I was actually surrounded by my own tribe.

How is it that I can feel at home, in a culture that's so far off my inner compass, it's not even on the map?

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The Way: Daddy’s Poem for Naia

A poem for my daughter, Naia, on her 1st birthday.

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