Category Archive: sporting events

Bitch Produce– The Best Race Name EVER

We were staying at my in-laws’ caravan in the Lake District for a few days and casting about for things to do, when Craig saw an irresistible notice in the local newspaper. It… Continue reading

Iceland- what we did when we weren’t in Reykjavik

The morning after Withered Hand and Thorir Georg, I woke up feeling rough, having had a bit too much cheer the night before, but we were on the road to the Blue Lagoon just after 10.… Continue reading

Iceland– What we did in Reykjavik when I wasn’t shopping

Let me backtrack a bit from my previous post to our flight, because it was probably the worst airport experience of my life. Our flight was at 7AM, so we arrived at Manchester… Continue reading

Jagalchi Fish Market and Busan Basketball

In January, I finally made it to a KOTESOL Seoul Chapter monthly workshop for the first time in ages. I really should clear my schedule more, since I’m the treasurer, but life more… Continue reading

Wonju and Chiaksan

On our first trip of the new year, Craig and I headed over to Wonju for some basketball and hiking. My favorite player, former Harlem Globetrotter, Shanghai, is now playing for Wonju. I… Continue reading

Kiss Time Couple

A couple of weeks ago, we returned to Ulsan. We had been right at a year earlier, hiking without jackets on Saturday and huddled in the department store foyer on Sunday, waiting for… Continue reading

Foliage and Hiking in Naejangsan

  As seems usual, I’m about a month behind writing this. In late October, Seoul was looking like the league champions, but Jeonbuk still had a chance, especially at home. So, we went… Continue reading

It Seems Like Chuseok Was Just Yesterday

Life has gotten in the way a bit, so my little notes of things to blog about have been gathering dust. So, Chuseok was about two months ago now, and here I am,… Continue reading

Chungju via Danyang

We had great plans for the weekend: go to Danyang, see the caves, and take the ferry to Chungju to watch Chungju Hummel v Changwon City, taxi back to Danyang where we would stay… Continue reading

Jeju Olle Trail Course 6

This past weekend, Craig and I went back to Jeju for the third (fourth?) time. Despite predictions of rain, the sun shone brightly fiercely, so we went straight from the airport to Soesogakk… Continue reading