Moving in Korea

Moving to a foreign country can be tough and somehow moving within that country can be even harder.  I’ve moved apartments twice and this weekend picked up furniture for the second time in one of the strangest Korean experiences I’ve ever had.  The full story is below but I’m gonna give you some of the basics of Read More …

Top 10 Travel Photos of 2015 #6

2015 brought me good fortune and even greater photos.  My camera followed me from New Years Eve with my family in New Jersey then back to Korea before enjoying Lunar New Year in Thailand and short stint in Taiwan for Buddha’s Birthday.  Then we went up a few Korean mountains and swam in stunning Korean islands before heading back Read More …

Top 10 Travel Photos of 2015 #7

2015 brought me good fortune and even greater photos.  My camera followed me from New Years Eve with my family in New Jersey then back to Korea before enjoying Lunar New Year in Thailand and short stint in Taiwan for Buddha’s Birthday.  Then we went up a few Korean mountains and swam in stunning Korean islands before heading back Read More …

Google Sheets Basics – Making an Interactive Gradebook

The other weekend I presented at the Google for Education AppsEvents South Korea Summit.  I took advantage of this amazing networking opportunity and taught a small group of teachers how to use Google Sheets to create an interactive gradebook.   My session went well but I definitely learned a lot for the next time around.  Check it Read More …

UNESCO exhibit at Seoul Art Center’s Hanagaram Museum

It is with great pleasure that I announce my photos are on exhibit at Seoul Arts Center!  The Hanagaram Museum is hosting a UNESCO exhibit and they accepted 4 of my photos from Vietnam & Korea.  The Hanagaram Museum is often referred to as the “best fine art museum in Seoul” and on the 3rd Read More …

A 3 week Thai adventure begins

3 weeks from now I’ll look back and wish I was still on Thai beaches as I get ready to teach the next semester. Maybe I’ll nurse a few bumps and bruises and I’ll definitely be sifting through a mountain of travel photos. But hey, that’s 3 weeks from now. The trip to the airport Read More …

An Afternoon in Changdeokgung’s Secret Garden – Seoul, South Korea

Changdeokgung is one of Seoul’s Grand Palaces.  In fact its one of the grandest of all Grand palaces.  Designed as the second royal villa in the 1400’s it was tragically burned a handful of times throughout history.  The current restoration is a beautiful Confucian-Feng Shui architectural blend and the perfect stop for any tourist or expat in Seoul. Read More …

Ulleungdo – A weekend on Korea’s exotic island

Exploring Korean exotic islands is quickly turning the summer of 2015 into one of the best of my life!  We jumped on the Seoul Hiking Group bus and headed to he eastern port of Donghae before setting up tents on the beach and waking up to the waves.  The 3 hour ferry from Donghae to Read More …

Bijindo – Take 2 on Korea’s Hidden Paradise

This weekend I took my second trip to Bijin Island (Bijindo).  Last time I called this slice of paradise a “hint of Thailand” just off the southern coast of South Korea.  This trip proved that to be even more true as the waters warmed up and the sun joined us for an incredible weekend.  The only Read More …

Learning to surf with Hunter’s Experience, South Korea

This weekend I cheated.  I swear it was no big deal!  My girlfriend watched me the whole time and it was amazing.  I cheated on Seoul Hiking Group.  There I said it okay.  Ronda and I joined The Hunter’s Experience and learned to surf in Yang Yang, South Korea. The Hunter’s Experience is a laid Read More …