Wednesday, July 30, 2014


And so two years in Korea come to an end. When I got on that plane all alone on the 24th of February 2012 I honestly had no idea what I was getting myself into. But even the few expectations I did have were exceeded. I never imagined I would learn, grow and change as much as I have, nor that I would meet such unforgettable people. The people who have come into my life in the past two years, even if only for a while have completely changed my outlook on life and I would like to thank each and every one of you (you know who you are). My life wouldn't be half as amazing as it is without you. So this post goes to out to you. Love you all.


Since my time in Korea was coming to a close Liz and I decided to take a day trip to Gyeongju since she has never been and I've only been once so there was a lot I hadn't seen. It was still pretty chilly but nice enough to walk around (which we did a lot of).

Gyeongju used to be the capital of Korea and is very historical and cultural. many important people are buried there and the town itself is beautiful.

Seated buddah

Beautiful floor tiles

Burial mounds