Tag: travel blogger
February 2015. Busan’s vinyl-collecting muso community can be found at this trendy city centre bar in Haeundae district. I’d been randomly strolling the streets when I saw the sign outside a towering building on Banpo-dong. So I ducked in and made my way up the stairs to the 3rd floor. February 2015. A seat at […]Read More
February 2015. While on the face of it Busan might seem like an unashamedly modern city, there are plenty of opportunities to tap into its traditional roots. One such experience is the weird and wonderful Jagalchi Fish Market in the commercial district of Nampo-dong. Fittingly located on the edge of Busan Harbour, this is the […]Read More
February 2015. Not only is Haeundae considered the prettiest of Busan’s two beaches, but do a bit of digging around online and you’ll find a bucket of platitudes along the lines of “The most gorgeous beach in South Korea”. My own Haeundae experience came on a grey, chilly February weekday morning. While it’s safe to […]Read More
September 2012. The port town of Sitia is definitely my favourite spot in Crete! After the languid fishing village of Georgioupolis, the gorgeous emerald waters of Lake Kournas and the fortress city of Rethymno, it was time to hit the Greek island’s northeast for some time in a new Cretan outpost. Home to just under […]Read More
It’s Leighton Literature’s 1st birthday!!! Does it feel more than a little pretentious to wish my own website a happy birthday? Sure, but fuck it you only live once! I can’t quite believe it was a year ago today that I published my first post. Since then I’ve released thirty-two tales in My Short Stories, published […]Read More
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