Hi, I’m Carryn. Welcome to My Travel Blog.
Travel junkie. Nature enthusiast. Risk taker. People lover. I’m a South African, living and working in Korea. Join me as I share my travel stories and tips of life abroad.
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Munduk is a small village tucked away in a lush jungle surrounded by cascading waterfalls. It makes for an impressive place to explore for adventurous travelers as there are so many things to do in Munduk, Bali. Whilst the influx […]
Situated between the islands of Sumbawa and Flores lies the Komodo National Park. Whilst it’s famously known for its resident Komodo Dragons, people are flocking to its shores for other reasons: to experience the magical underwater life that surrounds the […]
Is it really worth going to Kelimutu National Park to see the tri-colored crater lakes? That’s the question I asked everyone after arriving in Flores Island. After all, these lakes aren’t the easiest to get to and it’s quite the […]
Sitting at 2 245m above sea level, Mount Inerie dominates the Bajawa skyline. It’s the highest volcano on Flores Island with a reputation for testing the limits of all those who brave the climb. However, the views certainly make the […]
Korea is undoubtedly the most unique country I’ve ever traveled to. Having lived here for the past 14 months, I’ve grown accustomed to the different lifestyle and traditions of the country. That being said, my initial experience was a culture […]
Before I moved to South Korea I knew nothing about the country. I’d done little research and associated Korea with Asia, and Asia with the more popular areas of Thailand, Bali, and China! I then heard about the tension between […]
Victoria Falls is one of the top destinations in Africa with tourists traveling far and wide to set their sights on “The Smoke That Thunders”. It’s a playground for adventure enthusiasts, whilst offering an idyllic setting for couples and those […]
Inside the beautiful Gapyeong Valley lies Nami Island, one of Korea’s biggest tourist attractions near Seoul. Most people choose to visit Gapyeong on a day tour and include the picturesque Garden of Morning Calm and Petite France in their Nami […]
Gangchon Rail Bike is Korea at its best! I mean, who doesn’t love pedaling along old train tracks? Up until 2010, it was a fully functioning train line before being converted into the famous Gangchon Rail Park. It’s a major […]
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