The Seoul Diaries: A Foodie’s Paradise~ Part 2

Hello again! In this blog post, I will be giving you the other half of my top 5 favorite restaurants thus far in South Korea list that you must try if you ever visit. ** this list is in no particular order** 6. 내가찜한닭 This franchise restaurant can be found just about anywhere and it…

The Seoul Diaries: A Foodie’s Paradise~ Part 1

Hi and welcome back to my first blog post of the New Year! Yay! Today, I will be giving you the first half of my top 10 favorite restaurants in South Korea (so far) that you must try if you ever visit. If you like this restaurant list, stay tuned for my cafe list as…

The Seoul Diaries: Winter Has Come

Shiver me timbers because winter weather has finally arrived in Korea. I also have just finished up my final exams so I am excited to be done for the semester! In this blog, I will be putting together some items that are essential if you want to survive the freezing weather, possible sicknesses, and even…

The Seoul Diaries: Culture Shocks

Hello! Welcome back to my blog posts! It already has been almost a month of me living in South Korea, so I thought I would quickly discuss some of the culture shocks that I have had and helpful information or skills that I have learned so far! These things would be good to know if…

SUMMER IN SALERNO: eating like an Italian

Italians have a reputation for being able to put away A LOT of food, and I’ve seen first hand the truth to that statement. Typically Italians will have their largest meal of the day for lunch, closing stores and shops to dine at home with their families. Dinner will tend to be on the lighter…

SUMMER IN SALERNO: how to make pizza like a real Italian

The U.S. is known for some crazy pizza combinations (enter Hawaiian pizza here), but the truth is that the vast majority found in America is loaded up with too many ingredients, that do nothing but distract from the natural flavor of this age old classic. It’s no secret that Italians take their pizza seriously, and…

Getting Back Out There- Travel Safeguards While Traveling in 2021 & Beyond

With discretionary travel becoming something to look forward to once again, the tourism and travel industry as a whole is constantly evolving, along with the conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. As we look toward a brighter tomorrow with the vaccination rollout in many countries and near-elimination thresholds being met in select places, we trust that…

Working Abroad

While many students embark on their study abroad experiences with the intention of finding part-time work abroad, this is something that requires a bit of research and effort, especially when looking for paid positions. I can’t speak for every city/country, but finding work in Sydney, Australia proved to be tough, and navigating immigration requirements was…

Amsterdam, Brussels, Prague… OH MY!

This week was The University of Edinburgh’s ‘Flexible Learning Week’ which means the students have a whole week to catch up on work and focus on their studies. I decided to go to three different countries instead. I am not advertising procrastinating and not getting your work done- I just decided to take the week…