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Gary Pearson

Gary Pearson is a freelance writer, public relations and social media manager, former sports journalist and thirsty traveller forever in search of new adventures.He has freelanced for the Canadian Press, Blaze Magazine - the official magazine of the Calgary Flames, Zone Magazine – the official magazine of the Calgary Hitmen, The Travel Itch, Go Nomad and The Calgary Herald among others. He has lived in four continents – Africa, Europe, North America and Australia – and currently resides in London after recently moving from Brisbane, Australia. Follow Gary on Twitter: @newagejourno or on Instagram: @newagejourn0. You can also have a gander at his blog,

Working with locals in Korea

A few weeks ago we ventured to the beach for a relaxing day out. To properly soak up the atmosphere and scenery, we decided to go for a walk along the waterfront. A few...


Top 5 must-know Korean norms

1. Greetings Koreans, particularly men, tend to be vastly more touchy feely than their western counterparts. It could come in many forms, the first of which being what...

So you think you’re moving to Mokpo?

With a week of acclimatising under our belts it was off to Mokpo, a small city on the southwest coast of Korea, to start a new chapter. Or so we thought. I was pulled...


Taxi Terror

Travelling to Shinyang Park Hotel on a morning like any other, I noticed two disconcerting things about my taxi driver. Her driving, akin to the majority of Korean taxi...

A Seoul-ful Moment

Moving to a new country is not an easy undertaking nor is it for the faint of heart. Uprooting and upheaval are part and parcel with any move, especially when the...

Paris breaks up our love lock but not our love

Anyone who tells you that long-distance relationships are easy, like taking a Sunday stroll in your favourite park, is as mad as the Mad Hatter in the midst of a acid...


Life happens

I was exploring the streets of Ho Chi Minh when I saw this old dear struggling to cross the street. By the looks of things she has lived a very difficult life but has...

Morocco after nightfall – the dark side

Morocco is an enigmatic land chockfull of Arabian charm complemented by a pinch of western flare. As a westerner you never quite know what to expect in a Muslim country....


London, the good, the bad and the ugly

Slaloming and snaking through the one of London’s innumerable underground tunnels, I come to a somewhat sobering conclusion as I try to avoid the throngs. On this...

Exploring a Medieval Moroccan world

Our eyes started watering and nose hairs singed as we slowly distanced ourselves from the hustle and bustle of the world-renowned Marrakech souks, the smell intensifying...

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