Adieu kimchi!

D id you ever have one of those days?… when a drunk Uzbekistani woman comes and sits next to you on a late-night train and starts speaking slurred Korean and all you can do is nod and say “Ne” (“yes” in … Continue reading

Marital bliss in Hanguk

Hey guys and gals! Here’s an update on the last several weeks in the life of WorldPilgrim! Ronda and I got married on September 22. I was amazed by what a bureaucratic legality it was…we went to the American embassy, where we … Continue reading

Greetings from the land of Kim-chi

Ronda and I are in South Korea teaching English to sixth grade students. The facility is really cool. It is sort of a camp where they come and stay overnight for a week, and then a new group comes. All … Continue reading

Odd conversations 2

Another crazy conversation at the Chinese restaurant. I was discussing with the Chinese cook the fact that Ronda’s car broke down. Cook: I’ll buy it for 1000 dollars. WorldPilgrim: No, that’s ridiculous, it’s too little! Ronda still owes 7000 on … Continue reading

Odd conversations

Sometimes at work at the Chinese restaurant, I feel as if I’m in the Twilight Zone. I mean the conversations can be a little bit odd at times. Some examples: 1. Chinese cook: Do you watch football (soccer) WorldPilgrim? WorldPilgrim: … Continue reading