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The View OF the Shard... From St Paul's Cathedral

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During my visit to London earlier this month, I noticed posters advertising “The View from the Shard” everywhere. From tube stations to bus stops, those posters were everywhere you looked, as if attempting to brainwash tourists and locals alike to visit “London’s highest viewing platform at the top of Western Europe’s tallest building” for the… 391 more words


Travelogues: Netherlands, Luxembourg, Belgium (2011)

Currently drinking: water

I will be flying back to Korea in exactly three weeks from now, where I will be staying for a few days before heading to Japan and Belgium for a summer school program on global governance or something. 2,285 more words


A Lesson in Making Yogurt in Kalofer, Bulgaria

One of our favorite aspects of Bulgaria’s tasty cuisine is its yogurt, which is appreciated worldwide due to its health benefits and creamy texture. In… 885 more words


badian: part 1 (the emo version)

as famous as badian and its waterfalls is, i’ve only been there once. and i was probably about 5 or 6 years old so i don’t know if that counts, considering that the only clear memory i have of that trip was that i threw up during the drive. 503 more words


Weekenders: transience

I’m sitting shot gun and staring at the home brew in the cup holder. “What are the chances we’d get pulled over and the officer catches me drinking something that looks like iced tea?”  365 more words


Rollin' on the River: A review of Singapore's River Safari

As a Singaporean kid growing up in the 90s, school excursions usually meant trips to the Singapore Zoo, Night Safari or Jurong Bird Park. Imagine bus loads of children piling into the parks screaming and running with reckless abandon, while frazzled teachers yell out commands and try to stop kids climbing into the lion enclosure… ah those were the days.   1,032 more words