An unexpected adventure via South Korea: Part Two

Sunday 28th June So, as you can guess, after a dance-filled night out, this morning was a write off. We only managed to get ourselves out of the door at half past one! Once again we had our toast breakfast 😀 then headed off both Luis and I following Sooguen as he took us around … Continue reading An unexpected adventure via South Korea: Part Two

Year Abroad: Relationships & Friendships on Exchange

I would say that one of the biggest worries about going abroad is that of our relationships. Even coming back with only one year to go it is a small weight on our shoulders. I refer to the friendships we have had for a long time, those made at university and any relationship we are … Continue reading Year Abroad: Relationships & Friendships on Exchange

Guide 101: when your family moves abroad without you

I've been wanting to write this post for a while and have only managed to sit down and do it recently.. The title says it all really. So here we go.. As the world is becoming more global and multicultural, it is becoming common to hear that families are not only moving house but moving … Continue reading Guide 101: when your family moves abroad without you

An unexpected adventure via South Korea: Part One

Wednesday 24th June Today I was meant to be on a looong journey back to the land of Maple Syrup and Cowboys. Alas, that is to come next week. Instead I boarded a flight heading to the capital of South Korea; Seoul. I only decided this the weekend before when I was with Luis and … Continue reading An unexpected adventure via South Korea: Part One

Reverse Culture Shock: Ningbo Style

It has been just over a month that I left Ningbo behind and I don't know about anyone else but I feel like I am in mourning. Yes, I am rather a dramatic person but I have been followed by a little black cloud ever since I left that just takes me back to various … Continue reading Reverse Culture Shock: Ningbo Style

Lisa and Georgie's Food Review: Xi'an & Pingyao

This is our last one of our travels! Hope you enjoy lovelies! To give you an idea of what we mean by our ratings: 0 out of 10 - we will never eat again 5 out of 10 - average snack that we'd eat if it was the lesser of two evils 8 out of … Continue reading Lisa and Georgie's Food Review: Xi'an & Pingyao

Lisa and Georgie's Food Review: Chengdu & JiuZhaiGou

Unfortunately, again, this is quite a short one as we didn't stumble across any streets that sold a lot of the local food. However we did try the best we could to eat Chengdu cuisine! To give you an idea of what we mean by our ratings: 0 out of 10 - we will never … Continue reading Lisa and Georgie's Food Review: Chengdu & JiuZhaiGou