One of My Favourite Areas of Seoul: Insadong

One of my favourite neighbourhoods in Seoul so far is Insadong. Located just about right in the middle of Seoul, this area contains traditional teahouses, crafts and craft products. This area also contains over 100 galleries and is one of the oldest culturally important areas of Seoul. This area use to be the point of …

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Visiting The Most Heavily Guarded Border In The World

Visiting the most heavily guarded border in the world is possible from Seoul. The Demilitarised Zone (DMZ) tours offer visitors a chance to go into the zone to see what the area is like on dedicated tourist buses in an area of the Korean peninsula that has existed since 1945. Visitors can only visit with …

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Staying in a Hanok in Bukchon Hanok Village, Seoul

Staying in the Bukchon Hanok Village will transport you back to the Joseon Dynasty. Located between the Gyeongbokgung Palace and the Changdeokgung Palace in northern Seoul, this traditional area will make you feel worlds away from the bustling skyscapers of Seoul. Hanoks are traditional Korean houses built from wooden structure and soil baked tile roofs. …

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Campervanning in New Zealand: Northern North Island

There is no greater way to see New Zealand than hiring a campervan or car and driving around both islands. The roads are well maintained and there are plenty of camping sites around the country that will suit your needs. There are a handful of campervan hire companies and the one that we have previously …

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