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Natalie Bester
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SA TRIP - The Durban and the Drakensberg
So once arriving in Durban we ditched the huge roadtrip van and went our separate ways for a few days. Liz, Paul and Becca did some couchsurfing with an Indian family and I met up with my old digsmates for one of their birthdays and spent a few days reminis...
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From Cape Town to Durban
Our roadtrip took us from Cape Town to Durban. We hired a huge van through Thrifty car rental which divided by 5 of us turned out to be really well priced. They were a good company and we ended up using them again later in JHB so I would definitely recommen...
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SA trip - The Western Cape
So this blog started out as a few posts for friends and family about the ins and outs of life in Korea. But now since I no longer live in Korea and I've done many things not related to Korea I thought I would turn it into a blog with info and pictures for a...
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THE END
And so two years in Korea come to an end. When I got on that plane all alone on the 24th of February 2012 I honestly had no idea what I was getting myself into. But even the few expectations I did have were exceeded. I never imagined I would learn, grow and...
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Gyeongju
Since my time in Korea was coming to a close Liz and I decided to take a day trip to Gyeongju since she has never been and I've only been once so there was a lot I hadn't seen. It was still pretty chilly but nice enough to walk around (which we did a lot of...
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Christmas fun with my students
So for winter Camp this year we decided on the Christmas theme again as there are just so many activities you can do with it! This year we did some quizzes, made fingerprint Christmas cards, made snowflakes and made snowglobes(which I unfortunately don't ha...
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Chestnuts roasting on an open fire...
There aren't many things I love more than Christmas and there is something about Christmas in Korea that makes it even more magical. I don't know if its the cold and the snow, the millions of lights all over the streets or the awesome people I get to be sur...
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An autumn weekend in the mountains
This weekend we took an organized trip to see the Autumn foliage. It started VERY early Saturday morning when we watched the sun rise from Jirisan mountain. Jirisan is the second highest mountain in Korea with Hallasan being first and Seoroksan third. The h...
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Namhae Oktoberfest
I think I posted about this festival last year but I can't remember so I will refresh you all on what its all about. Well... I am sure you all know what Oktoberfest is and surprisingly enough there is a small German village on a small island in Korea called...
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