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Seoul Lantern Festival, 2014

At the end of the fall, Seoul has a lantern festival along the Cheongyecheon– the stream that cuts through the center of the city. The spring has a festival in honor of Buddha’s birthday which involves more of the traditional, hang lanterns along with some whimsical displays in the river of animals and other themed scenes. 291 more words

Hoi An - Vietnam - December 2014

If you’ve heard of Hoi An before it’s likely because it was recommended that you get clothes made there.  All you need to do is bring in a photo of something you like and the tailors here can pretty much copy it perfectly.  1,322 more words


A guide to the Loi Krathong Lantern Festival

The Loi Krathong Lantern Festival is held on the 12th moon of the Thai Lunar Calender. Your diaries may not have the 12th moon Calendar option, but you can safely assume it is held around mid November depending on when the full moon is. 460 more words


Goodbye 2014 and HELLO 2015 with EPICNESS!

What can I say about this last year?

Great, crazy, weird, sad, happy, lovely, and busy. There aren’t enough words.

Indeed, it was a good year. 726 more words


Hwasun/Seoul + 5 Travel Tips for Korea

After Jeju we made our way back to the mainland to Hwasun county to visit teacher Logan. There’s no direct way from Jeju to Hwasun, so we had to fly into Gwangju (6th largest city in Korea), take the airport bus to the Union Square bus terminal and take the city bus to Hwasun. 1,420 more words

What We Did

Seoul Lantern Festival

Für 2 Wochen wurde der Cheonggyecheon Stream mitten im Herzen Seouls mit wunderschönen Laternen geschmückt.

For about 2 weeks, the Cheonggyecheon Stream in the middle of Seoul was decorated with beautiful lanterns. 73 more words