We generally move overseas due to my husband’s work transfers. After that, the next crucial factor of settling into our new hometown is to sort out schooling for the little ones and then that leaves me…. My ‘thing’ (and the only one thing I really do for myself) is my fitness. I have been a…

South Korea has more than 30 islands, each one offering unique beauty and adventure. In this post I’ll share where to go and what to see on S. Korea’s most popular and the largest island, Jeju. It offers stunning views from coast to coast, as well as many places to explore such as the tallest…

We moved to Busan with bikes for our two children but needed a couple for ourselves as we all love going out cycling at the weekend. Luckily for us, we happened across a great little bike shop in Marine City which turned out to be such a little gem that I have to share the…

  Japan was on my list of places to see for a while, so I decided to make it happen even though I only had three days to spend there, thanks to having the Korean Labor Day off. I called up my friend and we booked flights for our three day adventure then packed a…

I’ll be honest, I’m British, so you may possibly be able to imagine my excitement when, just a few weeks after moving to South Korea, I saw the announcement that The British Music School was opening in Busan. The school opened its door in September 2016 with Director Jonathan Coleman heading up a small team…

From: Busan, South Korea For: 3 nights and 4 days in April 2017 Via: Bus from Nopo Terminal (About 2.5 hours) Lodging: A 360-year old house in Hahoe Folk Village (100,000 KRW per night for 2 rooms (Slept 2 adults and 8 kids total). Outdoor kitchen, clean bathroom with shower.)     Andong, a city in…