Udo, Jeju Island, South Korea
This is Udo again. I met a lot of non-Koreans at Jeju Island, and was surprised that people would visit this far away island.
naythenerdette asked: Love all your pictures, so inspiring! If you don't mind me asking, how do you afford traveling so much, and how do you get around? Im trying to start traveling this spring for a year or more and would love some advice:)
Hmm..well I don’t think I would be much of a help, but I can give you tips about getting around. It depends on where you are travelling, but if you are going to Europe, don’t forget to check out Eurail tickets or passes that are limited to one country. There are even bus passes that allow you to use the bus for free during a limited time.
And about planes - I found planes that go between countries in Europe were pretty cheap. Buy ahead, find the lowest price, and that would help with your costs.
Jungbang Waterfall, Jeju Island, Korea
I am thinking about posting more pictures of Jeju Island because this was my first solo domestic trip. Also, I met a lot tourists who were travelling through Asia visiting Jeju Island, which came as a surprise.
Udo Island, Korea
I went to Jeju Island during the last few days…and visited this really tiny island next to it which is called Udo Island. It was so small that I went around it with a bike in three hours. I highly recommend the place if you ever have the chance to visit Jeju.
If you are wondering where the hell I am talking about, click here.
I haven’t been posting my traveling pics lately…it’s because my storage drive broke down. I promise to post more when I have it fixed.
I miss Greece. Wonder if I would have the chance to go back there ever again.
rugbyallday asked: Hey when were you in Greece? I went there for spring break last year and I loved it
It’s been two years now, for me. I loved Santorini and Athens. It was just fascinating.
metacara asked: how have you been able to travel to so many places?
I was in all these places for really short time, that’s how. For instance, I was only in Barcelona for 5 days. The shortest was in Annecy - just half a day i think.
nootka asked: I'm gearing up for my first trip over seas (to Europe) and your blog has got me so excited!
Beautiful !!! :)
My god I envy you so much!!!! Hope you have a wonderful time traveling. I wonder when I’ll ever have the opportunity to go back…
casethejointfirst asked: Just wanted say, amazing travel photos. I've seen a bit of the world myself, and scrolling down your blog with Stonehenge, Sagrada Familia, and Bath right up front brought back beautiful memories. I'll be throwing up travel pictures periodically myself. Keep exploring, there's much to chart!
It’s just great to reminisce what traveling was like, isn’t it? Thank you for liking this blog!
china-box asked: oh, you have a beautiful blog. i'm not sure if it feeds or satisfies my wanderlust. :) i see you've been to amsterdam, and i was wondering if you've been to delft? i went there four or five years ago and i miss it terribly.
Unfortunately, I haven’t! But I visited Aalkmaar, which is a small cheese village. I liked Amsterdam a lot. What is delft like?
River Ganga, India
One thing I noticed about Indian people: they love bright colors.
bonvoyagelauren asked: Loving the photos. It seems like you've been everywhere! Where's one place you've never been that you're dying to go?
Thanks! Well actually I haven’t been to everywhere…i haven’t been to northern europe, that’s for sure. So next time I’d like to go to Scandinavian countries, and also the middle east as well! I had the chance to go to greenland but missed it so i’d like to go there as well :)
mightykey-deactivated20120116 asked: I love your photography. This blog is amazing.
Thank you so much!