How to Make Korean Bibim Cold Noodles

How to Make Korean ‘Bibim’ Cold Noodles This week I was asked to evaluate some delicious Korean foods that are being exported to the Australian market. One of the items in the package was ‘Bibim Noodles’, aka Korean cold instant noodles that are perfect for summer. I thought it would be a good idea toContinue reading “How to Make Korean Bibim Cold Noodles”

Hola Aloe – Korean Heat Wave Drink Idea

🍋 Hola Hola! 🥭 This week I got to sample a bunch of yummy Korean products that are entering the Australian market. It is part of the KFoodies program! I am not usually a fan of Aloe drinks but these Hola Aloe flavoured drinks are delish! The whole household has been enjoying them this weekContinue reading “Hola Aloe – Korean Heat Wave Drink Idea”

Highway Rest Stops, Korean Style

I wanted to use this powerful blogging platform to share with you one of my favourite tourist attractions in South Korea: the humble highway rest stop. Perhaps it’s because of the relief from getting out of a car during a long trip to stretch your legs. Or maybe it’s the delicious offerings that they have?Continue reading “Highway Rest Stops, Korean Style”

Exploring the Myeongdong Shopping Streets in Seoul

Let’s do a recap of the day where I ordered enough fried chicken to feed a small family and took creepy photos on the subway in Seoul. I’ve been having a minor breakdown in Seoul and I’ve realised that six weeks of Korean lessons prior to arriving here was in fact, not enough. Seoul alsoContinue reading “Exploring the Myeongdong Shopping Streets in Seoul”

It’s my first time in Seoul and I’m already drunk

My trip to Seoul started on a high note when my camera decided to be on some kind of freaky dystopian setting (see pics below). Schlepping my bags from Hong Kong to Korea was more of a hazed nightmare than a ‘this is real life and I’m alive’ situation. Yo, cities of the world, getContinue reading “It’s my first time in Seoul and I’m already drunk”

Zoological and Botanical Gardens, Hong Kong

When I saw the queue to board the Victoria Peak tram at 10:30 this morning, I ducked and rolled for my life and got the hell out of there. Not because I don’t love waiting in the scorching heat to board an un-air-conditioned, clunky heap of metal, it’s just that I didn’t have a hatContinue reading “Zoological and Botanical Gardens, Hong Kong”

Getting on a ferry without knowing where it was going in Hong Kong

… and I was hoping everyone else knew where they were going so I could pretend to fit in and just follow the crowds. I’m a huge sucker for a boat trip, I just love boats. I think it’s because I get the opposite of sea sick, I get sea-soothed. I just love the crustyContinue reading “Getting on a ferry without knowing where it was going in Hong Kong”

Arriving in Hong Kong

I have arrived in Hong Kong and I have already sweated away half of my body fat. I only have one full day here so I am going to go out and make the most of it! I just spent an hour walking around the streets in Central Hong Kong taking photographs, which will beContinue reading “Arriving in Hong Kong”