South Korean spas are a lot different from what you’ll find in the U.S. Spa visits are part of the cultural fabric – a common pastime for the average joe to unwind.
Today’s random photo gives us a glimpse of weirdness in Tokyo.
Seoul, South Korea is every bit as crowded and energetic as you’d expect. But it’s full of surprises, too. Here are 6 of my favorite unexpected things about Seoul.
Guest blogger Amanda takes us on a tour of the Lake District, where you’ll find some of the best outdoor fun in the UK. Find out where to hike, bike, cave, climb, canyoneer, swim and sleep.
I take a break from my usual air travel obsession to show some love for traveling by train. Find out about my super-cool trip on South Korea’s high-speed KTX.
A first-time Airsoft player spills the beans on what the game is like: prowling an abandoned mining town, replica submachines firing everywhere and anywhere. Good times!
The Wall Street Journal says Changi Airport is the world’s coolest place for travelers. I haven’t been there yet, but I wonder if it can top South Korea’s truly excellent Incheon International Airport.
Where do you go after a trip to Korea and Japan? Well, as a soccer/language/craft beer/hiking fan, I’m thinking of Scotland or Wales.
Cities in Arizona squander a cheap, easy way to get greener: harvesting their many date trees. Only Arizona State University is putting its many date trees to work.
Matching his-and-hers lingerie? Join Wandering Justin in Asia for the most grievous example ever of matching clothes gone wrong!
During my recent trip to Asia, I took five flights on Asiana Airlines ranging from one hour to nearly 12 hours. Here’s my review of this fast-growing Korean airline.
Join Wandering Justin for a high school reunion with an old friend in the most of unlikely of places for two Chaparral High School alumni – Tokyo!
Since I left on Sept. 29, I have sampled all sorts of travel – from airlines to taxis to Korea’s super-cool KTX rail line.
There’s never a slow season at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport. Besides being busy, it’s in a constant state of construction. Here’s how to find everything you need to travel from, to or through Sky Harbor with your sanity intact.
I’ve rarely take another blogger to the woodshed. But the over-sharing on some air travel blogs is just gratuitous and frankly … flat-out boring.