Broken Bridges December 10th 2006 Still glowing from the joys of Mo’vember, we set out to conquer the tallest peak in north South Korea…Daecheongbong, in Seoraksan National Park. We made a noble attempt at this same peak early in November, but having expected an 8-hour round trip, we found out at the beginning of the hike that it was just 8-hours to the top (and 6 hours back down), which was simply not do-able in late autumn ... read more
Asia » South Korea » Gangwon-do » Seoraksan Korea was an independent kingdom under Chinese suzerainty for most of the past millennium. Following its victory in the Russo-Japanese War in 1905, Japan occupied Korea; five years later it formally annexed the entire peninsula. After World War II, a... ... read more
We got married in August 2005 then a week later found ourselves teaching English at a Russian school in Mongolia. Having survived the most brutal winter we will ever know, moved to Korea for another teaching stint. Just kicked off the next leg in our bonza adventure - 30 something countries, 6 continents, 2 weddings and a bunch of fun. Quite a honeymoon!
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