Some Of My Faves Got Some Guest Postings!

The past week has been a bit of an exciting one for me in the world of writing! Why, you ask? Well, because I’ve been featured and included on two separate guest blogs – one of a fellow blogger here in Korea, and another on that of another travel enthusiast like myself.

On Saturday, Lily over at Away with Lily posted about 15 Korean dishes that us expats have come to love, and our Korean lives would simply be incomplete without. You can read about my irrational love for Mul Naengmyeon (물냉면) right here. You’ll also notice that there are a ton of soups on that list, which is actually one of my favorite things about Korean cuisine. There is a never-ending supply of bomb soups, so you never have to go a season without.

Today, Melissa over at Liberated Traveler included me as a part of her Featured Destinations Q&A, where I had the chance to revisit one of my favorite countries that has since stolen my heart on this Asian journey of mine. I visited Cambodia nearly 2 years ago now, yet it still stands out to me as a place of sheer magnitude and beauty, and a walking history lesson all in the same experience. You can read about 10 of my “must-dos”  here, and some tips to take if you ever have the chance to visit Cambodia.

So it’s been a bit of an exciting few days, and a lovely way to wrap up the year! Both ladies above have wonderful blogs, so I’m happy to have been included! Be sure to check their work out!

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6 thoughts on “Some Of My Faves Got Some Guest Postings!

  1. Kaleena's Kaleidoscope says:

    That’s awesome, congrats on your exciting month of writing! Lily’s blog was how I found yours, and I agree, I LOVE all the soups in Korea in the winter time. It’s great to connect with other bloggers in Korea. What city are you in? I’m in Daegu. Happy new year! Cheers! 🙂

    • Danielle says:

      Hey there! I’m in Seoul! I’ve actually never even been to Daegu, so I need to make it down there sometime in the new year! The soups def are one of my fave things about Korea, there’s never a shortage! Happy writing to you and happy new year! 🙂

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