It’s an understatement to say that Seoul has a thriving café culture. I don’t think I’ve ever encountered a city with quite so many cafés all over, in every nook and cranny, tiny unique one-shots outnumbering the big chains, places with hand-written menus and strange knick-knacks covering the walls. And I don’t …read more
OK, this was a bit of a surprise. For all those other obsessive-travel-blog-readers like myself, seeing the Tripbase My 7 Links project probably isn’t anything new, as it’s been spreading like wildfire through the blogosphere during the past week or so. The idea: build a community of bloggers and a resource of …read more
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