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And so, our stay in South Korea came to an end. Ready to cross the Sea of Japan, and continue the journey in Japan. First stop: Fukuoka.

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Busan, South Korea

After acclimatization to South Korea in Seoul, time to move south. Busan is the Koreas second-largest city. At the center a commercial and fishing harbor. It’s also the place where you can take the ferry to Fukuoka, Japan.

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When you visit South Korea, be prepared to meet coffee place staff being very insisting on getting an answer to the question “for here or to go.”

And that has not just a customer service reasoning behind it. South Korean law tries to limit the number of wasted cups.

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Seoul

Second visit to Seoul, but this time more than a quick hit-and-run. So here’s what impressed me in at first in Seoul:

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Three days on the border of Europe and Asia. My first discovery of Istanbul, Turkey. Ending the year with a short break: Time to explore Constantinople.

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Tokyo is unlike any other city. Unique foods and atmosphere for a start.

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Hiroshima is unlike any place I visited. No other place had such a devastating attack against it civilians, and no other place has so much focus on peace, rather than seeking to blame the aggressor.

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On my travel to Thailand, I arrived in Bangkok only days after King Bhumibol Adulyadej died. Looking back at my first 24 hours in an interesting time in history to make my acquaintance with this country.

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A breakfast in a construction site

Vietnam, you might be a great place to live and work, but having breakfast today wasn’t the most memorable… I’ve had some of the greatest food experiences in Vietnam, but this wasn’t one of them. Read more

Discovering Vietnam, that’s discovering its food as well as the urban jungle Ho Chi Ming City actually is. A food tour felt like the right activity to combine both!


I have already told you that Saigon has its own idea of traffic. Cars get stuck in traffic all the time. So when I wanted to discover the city and its kitchen, doing it by bike felt like the right way to go. And so I jumped on the back of Thinh’s scooter, to discover some food.

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