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Where I rave (and sometimes complain) about my experiences living in Colombia and South Korea, and hope it serves as a guide for others like me. Two very different cultures, yet similar in some respects. Both out of my comfort zone, which is why I decided I had to check them out, conquer them in a way. “You’re moving to Colombia? Alone? A single woman? That’s a terrible idea!”were the words that I heard when I let my friends know I was leaving to teach in Colombia. “Why???” said everyone. Why not? The resistance was exactly why I felt my decision was the right one. Though it wasn’t always easy. Not in Colombia, and especially not in South Korea. When you’re in a country where you’re obviously a foreigner, there are little challenges that come up on a daily basis. If you’re adventurous, as I am quite a bit of the time, you’ll find these little challenges thrilling, opportunities for learning.
South Korea Trip
Spectacular Tourist Attractions in South Korea
Cherry Blossom Festival in South Korea
Seoraksan National Park
Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond in Gyeongju
South Korea was very different from Colombia, and in thinking about it, I realized that I had gone there with some preconceived notions about the country. In my year at Seoul (with some trips to the countryside) I went on to revise most of my ideas about South Korea.
South Koreans are not all obsessed with appearance, test scores (over experience), work, alcohol, buying things and other stereotypes. At least, not any more than the average person in a modern, capitalist country. And they are not all small. There were some women in my school about my size.
Things I learned in South Korea
#1 – Oriental Beauty Is A Turn On
Little Asians – this is a shocking series that’s debuting in the Web soon. All about these tiny oriental bodies of grown up women. I’m not sure what’s the deal and why these Western boys love it so much but I can for a fact that this series will be adults only. Focusing on these tiny bodies and their hung partners I’m expecting some graphic contrast with sexual flavors. Is it a thing for many? For sure.
#4 – Kings Of Reality Fun
RK Prime – the kings of reality entertainment are here. And in 2022 they are focusing on Prime subseries guaranteeing the biggest emotions yet. Watch them score some ladies!
#7 – Consensual Abuse
Abuse Me! – some girls just want it rough. FACT. If everything is done with mutual respect and consent there is nothing better than spicing things up, by… a lot!
#2 – BoyForSale Series
BoyForSale – it is the very niche series in the Web where fictional auctions are taking place only for wealthy men. What bids are on? It’s submissive boys ready to serve their new owners. As freaky as this fantasy sounds it’s executed perfectly and you can enjoy the very sexual content in sub/dom fashion.
#5 – Sins Can Be Sweet
Sweet Sinner – everything you wanted to know about sensual filth. Yes, there is such thing – just take a look at those couples and their ways of sinning. Being filthy can be sweet, but when it’s also sensual it’s whole another experience. Watch now!
#3 – Anal Envy
Anal Envy – nothing like old-fashioned society-forbidden kind of fetishes, right? That’s kind of the thing with this exclusive series built under network of Modern-day Sins. Fascination with all things oriented on the backdoor game are here and you can be sure you are going to love every single one of them.
#6 – Gay Fun… Next Door!
Next Door Studios – enjoy the finest gay fun in unrestricted ways with this one. All kinks of male on male love are happening here in action filled episodes. Whatever fantasy you might be having, it’s great chance it’s been pictured already!
My Favorite Quote
“Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one little corner of the earth all of one’s lifetime.”
– Mark Twain –
The most diverse and scenic Tourist Attractions in Colombia
Las Lajas Sanctuary
Teleférico de Monserrate
Gold Museum Bogota
Tayrona National Natural Park
El Peñón de Guatapé
Castillo San Felipe de Barajas
Los Nevados National Natural Park
I had been warned against going solo in Colombia. But I don’t regret it, even after some hearing some horror stories that, I’m ashamed to rejoice, didn’t happen to me. Somehow I escaped the worst of misogyny and violence that some other women I met told me they experienced.But I also saw the friendliness of Colombian locals. And I learned and was forced to speak Spanish, a language that I didn’t know before I went, would become such a big part of my life.
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