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Leighton Travels & Kimchibytes!

It’s been a crazy month for Leighton Literature…. uh, scratch that… Leighton Travels! (After five years it seems I’m gonna need as much time to adjust as everyone else). After domain name changes, logo creation, the redesign and relaunch of the entire site along with reformatting & extending old articles, I’m pleased to share another exciting new […]

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Travel Report: Jagalchi Fish Market – Busan, Korea.

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 […]

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Travel Report: Haeundae Beach – Busan, Korea.

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 […]

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Travel Report: The Southern Ridges, Singapore.

May 2015. As insultingly expensive as a week in Singapore can potentially be, visitors often overlook the fact that many of the city’s highlights are completely free! As with the stunning Singapore Botanical Gardens, you’d be a fool to leave town without hiking The Southern Ridges, a nine-kilometer trail connecting a number of gorgeous parks […]

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Travel Report: Singapore Botanic Gardens

May 2015. One of Singapore’s biggest draws is the incredible amount of greenery on offer, from leafy parks and meticulous urban gardens to the stunning hiking trails of The Southern Ridges. But the epicenter of this flowering majesty comes in the form of Singapore Botanical Gardens and its 60 acres of UNESCO Heritage parkland. Better […]

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