The little men of Jejudo! (©MRandin)
Jejudo. M. and I had visions of a small, sun kissed ‘island’ where we could relax, kick back and enjoy – after all it’s South Korea’s number one honeymoon spot.
After reading about the various marvels of nature on this volcanic island, I romanticised about exploring them on foot during the day while spending the evening on a beach (Margarita in hand…) listening to the waves lapping up against Jejudo’s shores. If Jejudo was like Fogo – the Cape Verdian volcanic island whose wild beauty will draw in even the most cynical of tourists – then we were in for a treat. Continue reading
We arrived in South Korea just a few weeks before Buddha’s birthday. At the time I did chide myself for not having timed our visit better. But every cloud has a silver lining and ours came in the form of an impromptu bus trip to the mountain temple town of Heinsa. Continue reading
… Okay, so maybe averaging four meals a day didn’t help. But I wanted M. to try all my favourite dishes and he was more than willing to oblige! And the further south you go the better the food gets (and yes, that’s a highly objective opinion!).
Here’s a list of a few of my favourite things to eat in India. Continue reading