The QiRanger Adventures

Our Korean Homestay Experience

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Jo and I had the opportunity this past weekend to participate in a Korean Homestay. This program introduces you to a traditional Korean village, food, and home. We had a great experience!

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  1. Great video, very professional! With the music it reminds me of tourist videos that you see made by Canadian tourism agencies. Speaking of which, here’s a tourist video of my city here in Canada which I’ll be sad to leave soon. You may notice quite a British feel to the place, Victoria has a reputation as being “more British than Britain.” 🙂

    Maurice

    May 19, 2010 at 11:01 am

    • Very cool! I love Vancouver! A great place to do business. I’d love to spend some time there!

      Steve

      May 19, 2010 at 2:46 pm

      • You might be able to get a Working Holiday visa or something and spend a year teaching English in Vancouver sometime. That’s certainly a feasible idea, if you could land a job…

        As far as big cities go, Vancouver is certainly one of my favourites. My city of Victoria is across the water from there, and has the West Coast scenery without all the traffic and less crime than Vancouver (although we have our fair share of both). One thing I like about Victoria is that it’s not too big and overwhelming. One downside is that there are a lot less opportunities for jobs.

        Maurice

        May 20, 2010 at 9:27 am

        • I’m not sure. Most countries have an age cap on working holiday visas.. and I am well past that cap 😉 I’ll have to head up that way when I return to the US on a holiday.

          Steve

          May 20, 2010 at 10:47 am

          • Ah, good point, I hadn’t thought of that. BC is definitely a great vacation location. 🙂 If you eventually make it up this way, a road trip around southern BC, including Vancouver Island would be a fun thing to do.

            Maurice

            May 20, 2010 at 2:44 pm


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