Singapore

Pictures to sum up Week 1!

It's the end of kimchi boy's first week in Singapore! His trip is almost ending now :( 

@swensens having dessert with family. 

The Wide World: Traveling Outside Korea

I made a calendar before I left for my winter vacation. Littered with notes in the margins about confirming flights, double checking bus schedules, and detailing directions to hostel addresses, I mapped out a two week excursion to three very different places: Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia. Sitting at my desk at school, looking at the creased page full of travel details, I couldn’t wrap my mind around what those two weeks would be like. And, as I sit here again behind my desk in South Korea, I can’t fathom how those two weeks held so many memorable miles, random bruises, pale misty mornings, blazing noon heatwaves, and cheap, delicious street food. My short time traveling over those two weeks took me on an incredible journey that felt like it spanned two months. Here’s some highlights of it.

BALI, INDONESIA


The Wide World: Traveling Outside Korea

I made a calendar before I left for my winter vacation. Littered with notes in the margins about confirming flights, double checking bus schedules, and detailing directions to hostel addresses, I mapped out a two week excursion to three very different places: Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia. Sitting at my desk at school, looking at the creased page full of travel details, I couldn’t wrap my mind around what those two weeks would be like. And, as I sit here again behind my desk in South Korea, I can’t fathom how those two weeks held so many memorable miles, random bruises, pale misty mornings, blazing noon heatwaves, and cheap, delicious street food. My short time traveling over those two weeks took me on an incredible journey that felt like it spanned two months. Here’s some highlights of it.

BALI, INDONESIA


Singapore

Looking across to some of the indoor botanical gardes, the buildings reminded me of Valencia

From Kuching I flew to the sovereign city-state of Singapore. From now until the end of my holiday I would be making short distance flights to various places and spending a little time in each place. My trip to Singapore fell on the weekend and I was keen to meet some people and do some social activities in the wake of most of my independent adventure in Borneo. With this in mind I had arranged to meet someone through the courchsurfing movement and I would be staying with a Spanish girl called Sara in Singapore for two nights.


Queer Links from the Week

Keith from Seoulistic. I assume he's straight, but that doesn't stop me from thinking he certainly is eye candy
PinkNews: South Korea: Court grants Ugandan lesbian refugee status after family killed due to her sexuality

Queer Links from the Week


Queer Links from the Week


Queer Links from the Week


Queer Links from the Week