Okinawa, Japan (Things to do and eat)

The main reason for our trip to Okinawa was to get some rest and relaxation.  We purposely planned it so that most of our time was spent on the beach relaxing and relax we did! It’s amazing how great it is to sometimes just take it easy and rest and recharge. Okuma Beach Our beach…

Bangkok & Ayutthaya, Thailand (Day 3)

We enlisted the help of Bangkok Food Tours to arrange a day tour to Ayutthaya, which was the ancient capital of Thailand and is now recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. I was interested in getting to see another city other than Bangkok and figured that Ayutthaya would be a perfect choice with all…

Clam Warehouse 조개창고 (Seoul, South Korea)

****2017 update – on our recent visit we learned the pricing went DOWN! It’s now 25,000₩ per person**** Calling all seafood lovers! We recently had some family visit us from Taiwan and they had heard of the Clam Warehouse from friends.  Clam Warehouse is an all-you-can-eat BBQ that offers unlimited fresh seafood as well as…

Seoul’s Noryangjin Fish Market

In honor of this week’s weird food – Nakji, this week’s post is going to be of Seoul’s famous Noryangjin Fish Market where I have had the opportunity to chow down on some delicious Nakji as well as a variety of other seafoods. I’ve always loved visiting markets whenever I travel, there’s something very interesting…

Fun and Sun in Boracay, Philippines

So I think I gushed enough about how much we enjoyed our stay at the Monaco Suites de Boracay in my last post. Well I want to share with you some of the other things we did and ate while in Boracay! Our resort offered a free shuttle that departed every hour to D’mall. D’mall…

D’Maris Buffet (Seoul, South Korea)

**Update as of 02/14/2018 – this buffet has changed to Marincanto, although I have not been since the changeover, I have heard the buffet is similar to before** So you may have read my post of our visit to Todai buffet in Myeongdong.  Well I had heard from a few friends that they found another buffet…

Vietnam (Ha Long Bay)

Our last stop on our tour of Vietnam was Ha Long Bay.  It is one of the most well known places in Vietnam for it’s beauty.  Ha Long Bay has been certified as a UNESCO World Heritage site and is located in the North Eastern Vietnam.  Ha Long means descending dragon in Vietnamese. We chose to…

Getting our fill of the Philippines (Manila)

This was our first time visiting the Philippines. And even though we had heard mixed opinions about Manila, mostly warnings to watch out for ourselves as Manila was considered dangerous, we decided we needed to see it for ourselves. I always take these comments with a grain of salt; I think part of traveling to…

Busan or Bust – Seafood Paradise!

Busan being a beach town is well known for it’s seafood.  If you go to Busan and don’t try any of the fresh seafood you are truly missing out! On our first night in town, we walked along Haeundae beach and then started looking for some dinner.  We came upon the Street Market Village which…