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Andalusian Cycling, Summer and Autumn 2015

La Carreterra de la Cabra 3

After my summer travels in Europe I had a little free time before I began the academic year and what follows is a list of some of the more enjoyable cycle rides that I found myself doing as I prepared myself for work again and some that I have managed to squeeze in on my days off since I have returned to work.


6 Pro Tips for Cycling in Seoul

Cycling is one of the most rewarding ways for you to enjoy Korea!

The Korean government invested a tremendous amount of money in cycle routes and infrastructure. Using these bike-paths are safe ways to explore and exercise.

The entire Riverside Bike Trail system stretches over 1,757 kilometers along the Hangang, Geumgang, Yeongsangang, and Nakdonggang Rivers. There are awesome scenic views and attractions along the paths, cheap places to eat and even plenty of campgrounds. Just Google “4 Rivers Trails” and a ton of information will magically appear. We recommend with a Seoul adventure along portions of the Han River Trail.


How to become Love Birds in Han River Park.

Have you ever been to Han river? with whom? It’s pretty known that Han river is one of the best places to go on a date!

It is romantic enough to just walk along the river with your lover but there are also special activities which will make your love bigger. :p

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I love you…for sentimental reasons♡

Here are Top 6 Things you can do in Han River Park with your lover.


Riverside Ride

Riverside Ride

Cyclists enjoy riding under the setting sun at Daegu's riverside ARC complex. The ARC is a modern design space housing a gallery, café, and observation deck. Nearby you'll find a fantastic outdoor space featuring riverside cycling tracks.

Vlog Entry #10: Imagine Your Korea Video Contest Submission

This is a video I entered in the 2014 Imagine Your Korea video contest! The winners will be announced on December 5th, so I’ll be sure to let you know if anything happens!



Bike Riding in Busan

I saw a thread about this posted a bit back but I thought it was time for a new one. Anyway, anyone interested in riding bicycles on the weekend? I have a road bike and am sick of riding the same roads alone. Ideally, I'm wondering if there is anything like a foreigner bike community in Busan but really, more than anything, if you just want to go for a bike ride on a Saturday or Sunday (during the day), post on this thread or private message me. Thanks.


Busan to Seoul via bicycle

I am looking to bicycle to Seoul from Busan over Chuseok but am wondering about the condition of the bike paths on the 4-Major River Project that the previous president initiated. Specifically, are any of them paved? Most of them? I'm asking because I only have a road bike (8-speed, thin tires, aka. NOT a mountain/trail bike). Anyone know enough to say whether I'd be able to tackle it or do I have to look at getting another bike. If it's the latter I'm not going to do and will just have to wait until a more opportune time arises. Anyway, any advice much obliged. Thanks.


Positively 47th 번길

This evening after running some post-work errands, as I was nearing my apartment I decided it was too nice out to go home.  Does anyone else ever feel that way?  The weather was too nice, and there was still too much of the sun hanging in the sky to go sit in my apartment.  So instead, I decided to roam my neighborhood, specifically my street. 

It's Not in the Basement of the Alamo!

Today was a practically perfect day!

I got to play hostess to my awesome friend Ahnna on her trip down to Busan.
I bought some new perfume.
Had a great lunch with Ahnna, did a bit of window shopping.  


Oh yeah, and I bought a bike!


I bought a bike and I biked all over my neighborhood and even to the beach. 





Isn't she cute?

I feel like PeeWee I love her so much!

Dawn in Andong

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