Category: Travel

Beach Side in Busan, South Korea

Busan is the California of South Korea. Here you’ll find skyscrapers, businessmen willing to dish out more money than necessary and lengthy Pacific coast beaches. We stayed here for two nights and it was a real treat—it was the perfect mixture of concrete jungle and ocean life. Read More

11 Days in Japan: From Tokyo to Osaka

As a first time visitor to Japan, planning an itinerary was a disconcerting exercise. There are innumerable experiences you can dive into. Shrines, onsens, ryokans, hikes, renown restaurants, and izakaya--the list would seem nearly endless. So when we outlined our 11-day itinerary to Japan, Maria and I were up for a monumental journey spanning over 77 miles on foot and hundreds of miles by train. Read More

Kimchi Country: My Time in Seoul

Seoul became a very special place for me. Travelers from the Western World will find amazing cultural, topographical, architectural and technological differences in Seoul. The city has over 10 million residents and a population density nearly twice that of New York. The transit in the city is unbelievably efficient. The food is inexpensive and delicious. The people are kind and live like night owls. The landscape is something to be in awe of. Technology is far more intertwined in their everyday life. Read More

Traveling to Buenos Aires, Argentina

Buenos Aires, one of the top 10 most populated cities in South America. When you begin your descent into the domestic airport, the sheer size of the city starts to sink in. Travelers will find a sea of buildings and skyscrapers as far as you can see. Although we were in Buenos Aires for about a day and a half, we made the best of it. Read More

Team Trip to Cordoba, Argentina

My company decided it was time for me to visit Cordoba, Argentina. I've been working with ID90 Travel for about a year and have yet to meet the team I interact with on a daily basis. Our CEO and Head of Technology asked if I'd like to join them on the next trip. I simply asked when and next thing I knew, I was on my way. Read More