Like running from your shadow.
The memories begin to bleed Into this new city/life The feeling of déjà vu So strong I catch glimpses of past countries Outside the city bus window A red bridge and a great river
That overwhelming feeling
shouldhave accomplished more by now
shouldat least better understand what it is that I even want
I am familiar with this particular feeling
It is what…
Gay Pride Festival in South Korea
I haven’t been posting on here all that much lately. Instead, I have been submitting my articles to an online blogging community for women travelers called Pink Pangea.
Here is my latest. My experience attending the Korea Queer Festival last month and some of my opinions about gay rights in South Korea.
I hope you will check it out.
Why I Travel
Delayed news from South Korea
Recap time of my first month in Seoul!
In many ways I’ve lived here like anywhere else. I rented out a goshitel (basically a closet sized room in a dormitory-like building), I go grocery shopping and even have a woman at the market who gives me free food, I meet friends for lunch and help people practice their conversation skills.
I had my first couchsurfing experience in Korea. *Couchsurfing…
Things I won’t say to you.
I don’t want to be your everything.
I am not the answer.
I can’t be the person you want me to be. I told you that from the beginning.
Nothing lasts forever.