Hey Korean TEFL followers! I’m now teaching in Turkey, same same but different. If you fancy following my European teaching adventures head over to www.hummusandcat.tumblr.com (see it works for everything) intermittent posting as I have just moved so have no wifi but bear with me! Thanks and love for all your support xoxo
Korea is number 5! Damnnn
4th of July Celebrations
I will forever remember this day as the day I tried Funnel Cake and Red Velvet Cake for the first time….
And had my first Subway in 10 months. And also learnt what American Independence Day was really about - Sorry America! USA! USA!
We managed to get on the Camp Walker guest-list so it was also cool to see a real US army Base in South Korea. Sadly the weather was shite so fireworks were cancelled which is why the evening ended up revolving around food and drink and reenactments of America (Brianne) kicking the Brits (me) out of their country.
Stumbling across random festivals, as you do.
Another Sunday Funday and I was on my way to the National Geographic exhibition as I saw all this going on along the river. I jumped off the bus to check it out and found it was something to do with a singing competition from the friend I made in photo 2. Apparently it happens every weekend and is a hit with the elderly population in Daegu. Apart from some good coffee there wasn’t anything else of interest but it was a cool find nonetheless.
Busan Museum of Art
There were some really interesting pieces here, including a mummy watching bible stories on an ipad and some futuristic moving robots.