En route to Bali, we decided to make the best of our 12 hour layover in South Korea, so we signed up for a 2 hour tour for $14 per person, with an itinerary of sightseeing through Incheon, a stop at Yeongjong Fish Market, and a walk through the grounds of the Yonggungsa Temple.
Since our focus with Ordinary Traveler is to help spread global awareness, I wanted to bring attention to a predicament and a cause that I hold very dear to my heart. Dolphins…
A silly finger puppet named Verde enjoys the streets (and beer) of Paris.
The following is a guest post by Sean Wood, a good friend of ours, who spent a summer out on the open road, train hopping, and exploring the art of tramping. Enjoy!
“Track seven, kid.”
I had never seen Mt. Shasta before so I figured I would head south.
After savoring “the best pizza in Italy” at Pizzeria Da Michele in Naples, (Via Cesare Sersale 3, Napoli) then crashing in my bed at the friendly Hostel of the Sun, I awoke with an intense desire to visit Taormina, Sicily again.
I recently overheard two women conversing about how a friend had gotten back into the dating world and one of her suitors was a surfer who spent half the year working in the States and the other half of the year surfing in Bali. In a nutshell, and the point of my story, is that both of the women had a strong opinion about his lifestyle choice.