Monthly Archives: November 2011

The Day We Drank Our Way Up the Mountain

I‘d heard rumours that mountainside drinking was popular in Korea but I hadn’t given it much thought. During midterm exams there are no classes and the students go home early to study which means the teachers are able to organise staff … Continue reading

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The Day School Got Scary.

When most people hear the word ‘Halloween’ they think of either children trick or treating dressed in costumes or terrifying horror film type scenes. I’ve never been a big Halloween fan, it is no where near as popular in the UK as it is in … Continue reading

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The Day We Walked Into The Night.

At the Start A friend of ours was already signed up for the moonlit walk in Gyeongju and I simply couldn’t resist signing us up too. So on Saturday night, we walked 30 km or 18.6 miles in the moon light around a beautiful city. … Continue reading

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The Day of the Cell Phone Battle.

Today I switched off my mobile phone. I took out the battery just in case it miraculously turns itself back on. I put it in my desk drawer and buried it under a pile of paper. I am officially at war with my … Continue reading

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The Day of the Road Trip.

In our nine months in Korea we have spent most weekends exploring. We have travelled in every direction, we have hiked, biked and visited a wealth of places. This also means we have spent hours and hours, sometimes whole days on buses. … Continue reading

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The Day of the Photoshoot

I am 5ft 3″ and most definitely not a size zero but I am still a model. Anna Wintour would be livid, I have defied all of Vogue’s criteria. My runway is carpeted with leaves and my clothes are less … Continue reading

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