Foodie Adventures in Seoul, Korea

Foodie Adventures in Seoul, Korea

Fellow Traveler and Kindred Spirit, Sharon, shares some of her favorite meals as she eats her way through Seoul, Korea. Try not to slobber on your computer :) (Click on images to enlarge)   activate javascript activate javascript activate javascript

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Welcome to ItsBohemian

Welcome to ItsBohemian

: a creative individual that lives and acts free of regard for conventional rules and practices. A wanderer who lives a free spirited life with the ideal of truth, beauty, freedom, and love. An open-minded thinker who lives a passionate, nomadic life.   What we didn’t know before we started traveling, was how much we didn’t know. After our fourth trek around the world, we’re still chronicling our adventures (and misadventures) on this site. Our aim…

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Heart’s Words: Chicago

Heart’s Words: Chicago

ItsBohemian Travel Contributor, Belle Zaccari, writes her heart’s words about former hometown Chicago, and why it’s definitely worth a visit in 2015. As a self-identified wanderluster, the idea of enrolling in grad school, which meant a commitment of five years (that ended up being seven) to stay put seemed…..unappealing. At the end of the journey, applying to internship in one of the most competitive cities for my field meant having to consider leaving. When I…

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Bohemian Travel Hack: Finding Cheap Flights

Bohemian Travel Hack: Finding Cheap Flights

Finding discount airfare and cheap flights is a discipline as well as an art. Sometimes it comes down to timing – when you’re planning to travel or when you book your flights. There is no silver bullet, but there are things you can do to help you find deals and get the best price you can when you’re purchasing your ticket. We met a couple who flew to Southeast Asia together, but had made the…

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Croatian Coast and the Adriatic Sea

Croatian Coast and the Adriatic Sea

We rented a car for one week while in Croatia, the total cost being at just $100. The attendants at the car rental apologized for not having an automatic – “only American and Canadian drive automatic,” he said.                         We started in Dubravnic, a town now also known as King’s Landing. When I tried to ask locals what they did in the city, hoping…

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Journey to the Sahara

Journey to the Sahara

I have been traveling Morocco for a couple weeks, when I decided I needed a break from the hustle and bustle of busy city life. I wanted to travel deeper, and farther, for a more remote experience. I normally don’t want any part of organized travel, preferring to blaze my own path, but I committed to a 3 day/2 night trip to Merzouga, a small village in southeastern Morocco, near the Algerian border, from where I…

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Travel & Money

Travel & Money

Travel is the only thing you buy, that makes you richer. I get asked by my acquaintances all the time how I manage to travel so often? The answer is simple. I make it a priority. I save some money, do some research, and make it happen. At least once I year I leave my hometown of Washington, DC to travel abroad to experience life outside of the states. Sometimes I’ll spend a month away,…

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Lovely Laos

Lovely Laos

The pace of life is different in Laos. Swinging in a hammock on the porch with the mighty Mekong River flowing beneath us, one feels everything slowing it’s pace to the harmony of the meandering river – your heartbeat slows, your mind clears, your blood flows smoothly to the pace set by nature – you find clarity and tranquility, finding yourself day dreaming; waking up to the sound of rain drops tapping on the tin…

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Cambodian Reflections

Cambodian Reflections

We landed in Phnom Penh, the capitol of Cambodia. It was not that long ago that the city was completely evacuated, the reason given that a American air strike was imminent. The Khmer Rouge leadership boasted over the state-controlled radio that only one or two million people were needed to build the new agrarian communist utopia. As for the others, as their proverb put it, “To keep you is no benefit, to destroy you is…

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Innovative Singapore

Innovative Singapore

Locals call it a ‘fine’ country. Littering- $500. Protesting- 1 year in Jail. Go to 7 Eleven to buy chewing gum, you can’t! Chewing gum is illegal in this country. But we haven’t seen cigarette butts on the ground, littler in the streets, or stains on the sidewalks. This country is spotless, and not only one of the richest countries in the world, but also one of the most modern and dazzling. Singapore architecture already…

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Socialist Republic of Vietnam

Socialist Republic of Vietnam

April 20, 2010- We have arrived in Ho Chi Minh City! The traffic is purely chaotic, the vendors see us as walking wallets, and the food is delicious! We are excited to wander around the city documenting and learning the customs of the people here. We are sorry to see Sarah Jane leave, but excited to hear about her crazy adventure back to the U.S.!…We’re a little behind on video footage, but now that we…

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DC > Bangkok > Islands

DC > Bangkok > Islands

3-17-2010 Leaving DC was quite the adventure! It was so hectic getting to NYC to make it to our flight to the other side of the world…But we giggled at the obscene, adored the beauty, and enjoyed the great race that is life. 3-19-2010 On the flight over we flew China Airlines. The flight attendants have such poise, grace, and elegance. Their skin is so perfect like a porcelain doll- At times, I had a…

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