It was just Cherry Blossom season and, of course, it was beautiful. However, I remember cherry blossoms lasting longer last year. Or at least the weather was better. It rained or was cloudy most of the time when the blossoms were in bloom. Luckily there was one Saturday which the weather was decent so Eryn … Continue reading
I’m not a huge cat fan. Neither is this monkey.
One day on Tao we were taken to this random rocky shore with some decent coral to snorkel around, but what we were really being taken to was a cave just off the shore in the side of rock wall. It was stunning. We had to be careful because the rocks were sharp and had … Continue reading
It seems that every time I log on to the Facebook every other post is about Oregon State. Now, all the way over here in Korea I’m a little out of touch with what’s going on. And when I try to remind myself to go to espn.com and find out what’s up I usually get … Continue reading
I have found more. And they were better than any that you have ever tried. I forgot the name of the bakery I bought them at. But you know the French judge on Cupcake Wars, it’s his bakery (don’t judge me, I have a girlfriend who loves that show). He opened up a … Continue reading
Never before in my life have I tried a real Macaroon. I know that some packaged cookies claim they are Macaroons, but they’re not. In Cebu we came across a small bakery that had rave reviews on trip advisor so we decided to try it. We stuffed our faces with Macaroons, espresso and other desserts. … Continue reading
It was a beautiful Wednesday evening when Eryn and I packed our bags and headed to Daegu. The next morning at 8:30 we were to meet at the Daegu Gymnasium to head out on an adventure with roughly 150 other English Teachers from every corner of the globe. Our initial plan was to spend most … Continue reading
Watermelon, pineapple, mango, coconut bowl…added cream and granola. So delicious. I had this on our last morning on the Tao Trip on one of the most beautiful islands I’ve ever been to and slept on.
The last morning in Langkawi we decided to try a small cafe just a few steps away from our Hostel. I think what drew us in were the Kit Kat Croissants, but Banana Pancakes were also tempting.
I am not sure that a day went by on my two week vacation in Penang and Bali that I did not eat Curry. Although the best Curry was found at a small cafe in Langkawi, this was nearly as good. We searched the internet looking for any comments about a Thai restaurant in Penang … Continue reading
A friend who I met on Tao sent me a link today via facebook. An amazing article from the New York time which tells the experience of one of their writers exploring Palawan via Tao. The only possible mistake that I saw was that the baby monkey we saw at Tao’s base camp was a … Continue reading