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The front entrance to Children's Grand Park in Seoul, South Korea.

Seoul’s Children’s Grand Park: For the Kid in All of Us

I’m a firm believer that in order to experience the culture of a city, there is no better place to visit than a local park. At a park, you aren’t going to have people trying to butter you up for money or presenting ...
by Jim Cheney

The Summit of Ulsanbawi in Seoraksan National Park just outside of Sokcho, South Korea.

Don’t Let the Adjumma Pass You By: Hiking in Korea’s Seoraksan National Park

Panting for breath, I sat down on a rock just next to the narrow hiking trail. Watching people twice my age walk by me, I consoled myself that my plight was the cause of the high altitude and not because I was out of shape. Jus...
by Jim Cheney


5 Light Packing Tips for Long Term Travelers.

6 Things I Learned From 6 Months of Travel

Recently, my wife and I finished traveling for six consecutive months. At times, it was challenging, but overall, it was a highly rewarding experience that I would encourage everyone to do at some point in their lives. Before w...
by Jim Cheney


Why I Love Traveling By Train

To me, the singular most fascinating aspect of train travel is watching the world pass you by. Unlike flying, when I travel by train I can see the individual villages, the farmers working in their fields, and people going about...
by Jim Cheney


Planning your long-term travel is easy with the Tripologist Travel Planning Service.

The Basics of Planning Long-Term Travel

When thinking about traveling for more than a few weeks, it can be daunting trying to plan your trip. Maybe you already have a few key countries, cities, or sights that you know you want to see, or maybe you just have a serious...
by Jim Cheney