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Cultural gap in Korea

In South Korea, Travel by Cassie & Cédric3 Comments

So I have been working almost alone in Korea for two weeks, which was the first time for so long outside of western countries. I am far from understanding the Korean culture and even further from been able to generalize anything, but there are large cultural differences. I have been lucky to share many meals and drinks with some younger …

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More from Sacheon in the Gyeongsang Province

In South Korea, Travel by Cassie & Cédric4 Comments

Salut tout le monde, Another post from the same city of Sacheon, at the very south of South-Korea. This post may have no structure whatsoever as I have simultaneously no and too many ideas at the same time…if that makes sense. So after a very sunny last week-end, we definitely entered the rainy season in here (see video hereafter) – …

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First week in South-Korea

In South Korea, Travel by Cassie & Cédric4 Comments

Bonjour à tous, So, this post is only from Cedric – from Sacheon in (southern-)South-Korea. For a work related trip I have had the chance to be contracted for a 3 week assignment in South Korea at a supplier for a large inspection. Things have gone pretty quickly as I booked the flight 5 days before departure implying a rush …

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Saigon and back

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It took a bit of time, but this is our concluding post from our trip to Cambodia and Vietnam. Cédric and I are still sorting out our lives and getting used to the concept of work. Our second attempt with the overnight bus (from Buon Ma Thuot to Saigon/Ho Chi Minh City) wasn’t as refreshing as the previous one… this …

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Central highlands pt II

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Greetings from the middle of nowhere (although Wi-Fi still exists)! Cédric and I have found ourselves at Yok Don National Park, in the Dak Lak province of Vietnam. This is the farthest and most remote place we’ll get in Vietnam before making our return to Ho Chi Minh City. Our trip out here started with a very bumpy and swervey …

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In the Southern Highlands of Vietnam

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Cédric and I survived the overnight bus from Can Tho to Dalat without any issues. Apart from the beds being more suited for a smaller local stature, we were both able to find comfortable-enough positions for the night. I would also like to believe that our bus driver kept the sudden, jerking stops to a minimum, as I only awoken …