Macau

Macau was one of the strangest places I’ve ever stepped into. A world of casinos, a town centre like a snapshot from Europe and Chinese neons soaking the city in the eeriest light I’ve ever seen. I suppose one of the key elements which caused Macau to be such an unusual, bewildering and pleasurable romp … Continue reading

FREE THE FLASH!

FREE THE FLASH!

Our time here in Korea is rapidly coming to a close. We’ve had an amazing time but before we leave we want to help a wonderful little soul find his way to a safe and loving home.   Flash has had a tough life and he desperately needs help. We have found him an adoption … Continue reading

진주 Jinju – City of Lights

진주 Jinju – City of Lights

Welcome to Jinju, the city of floating light. This place is like something from a dream. I really never imagined I would get to be a part of anything like it. I always hoped I could but you never really think you’ll see stuff like this. When I first signed up for Korea, knowing full … Continue reading

2012 – A Farewell

2012 – A Farewell

So here we are at the beginning of another year. And as glory would have it, we didn’t die! I guess the Mayans just ran out of paper. The Christmas festivities are all wrapped up and now 2012 can no longer be a number synonymous with the future but instead another one of those years that … Continue reading

Wanderaboot – 50 videos old!

Wanderaboot – 50 videos old!

We have just posted our 50th video online and to celebrate we’ve created a “Videos” tab on the homepage so you can easily access all of our videos and watch our story from the beginning. It was only 10 months ago when we packed up our cats and kissed goodbye to Toronto. Now here we … Continue reading

A Very Kimchi Christmas

A Very Kimchi Christmas

It started off the way so many Christmases do, the tinge of excitement, the cutting out and pasting up of paper snowflakes and of course, the waxy tasteless (yet somehow delicious) advent calendars. But this year those calendars didn’t count down to a reunion at the family home, snuggling up into familiar beds in re-decorated rooms, … Continue reading

If The Glove Fits *Toma Talks*

If The Glove Fits *Toma Talks*

This weekend we decided to explore the mountain that lies closest to our house. Geumnyeonsan (금련산) (“san” is Korean for Mountain so in English it’d be Mt Geumnyeon). Why this wasn’t the first one we climbed, seeing as it’s literally just across the street from our apartment, I’m not sure, but on Sunday morning we … Continue reading