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Homemade Pizza
March 14th, 2013Food, InterestsNatalia 0 Comments

I love making homemade pizza from scratch. Making the dough is part of the fun and if I buy pre-made dough I might as well order from Pizza Hut. When I make pizza it’s like a little celebration, I have to plan in advance and get into the pizza making mindset. I won’t tell you […]

The UAE Experience – Battered Suitcases
February 13th, 2013Guest Post, InterestsNatalia 5 Comments

Jill is the mind behind a great blog Battered Suitcases. After University she spent a some time in the United Arab Emirates teaching. Having taught in a foreign country I was curious to learn about her experience teaching in the middle East.  I know that many certified teachers debate about going to UAE, so Jill […]

The Korean Experience – That Backpacker
January 27th, 2013Asia, Destinations, Guest Post, Interests, KoreaNatalia 7 Comments

Why did you decide to come to Korea to teach English? Like most university graduates fresh out of school, work prospects in Canada didn’t seem very promising. I had been toying with the idea of teaching English abroad since my second year of university, and after a year of fruitless job-hunting in the city, I […]

Interview with K and K Adventures
January 19th, 2013Guest Post, InterestsNatalia 0 Comments

Where are you from? What do you miss about home the most? I was born in Oxford, UK, but my parents are both from South Africa with Dutch/German backgrounds. With family all over I traveled a lot from a young age and see my ‘home’ as many places, but I guess for the purpose of […]

7 Reasons Why Living in the Suburbs is a Punishment
January 6th, 2013Interests, Top 10 ListsNatalia 4 Comments

Living in the suburbs is not as easy and convenient as many may think. I know that many people prefer it to living in the city but honestly for me it is the bane of my existence . I have been reduced to a life in the suburbs right after coming back to Canada from Korea. My […]

Top 10 Strangest Things in Korea

Korea torpedoed to where it stands today in just about 40 years. It was almost on par with North Korea in development and economy until the late 80s. While I lived there, it seemed to me that Korea was almost stuck between tradition and modernization, not knowing whether to slow down or to accept the […]

Top 3 Recommended Detours – Cycling Across Korea

While not the most exciting read, this is meant for those who are planning to use the cross-Korea cycling route on the 4-rivers trail from Seoul to Busan. On the whole, the trail is entertaining and great to do with friends since you’re not stuck to busy roads nor do you need superior navigation skills. […]

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