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Captain and Clark, the modern cartographers search for adventure and mysticism in the most obscure places around the globe. Follow them and their search for the unknown. Currently based in Pohang, South Korea.

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  • We've packed up and moved!
    on Jan 30, 2013
    WE'VE MOVED!!! YOU CAN NOW TRACK ALL OF OUR TRAVELING SHENANIGANS AT  http://www.captainandclark.com We can't wait to see you there!
  • Cruising the Caribbean
    on Aug 27, 2012
    My family just got back from one of the greatest trips of their life. I've spent quite a bit of time in the Caribbean in my lifetime. Tawny too has had her fair share of the sugar sweet isles. This was the first time we got to see them like this thou...
  • The ROKS Pohang - Things to do in Pohang
    on May 4, 2012
    The ROKS Pohang is a Pohang class Corvette warship which was converted into a museum in 2009. Admission is free and it gives you a chance to see (and play with) a vital part of the South Korean Navy.It is located in the center of downtown Pohang in S...
  • Take the time to walk the strip in Pohang
    on Mar 1, 2012
    You'll meet great people. You'll find great bargains. You'll eat so much street food you'll want to die. Take the time.
  • The Seoul of Korea
    on Feb 6, 2012
    It might sound like a cliche' but you have to see Seoul. Every chance we get we delve into the captiol of Korea with open minds, open hearts, and more often than not... open pockets. Just recently we took a jounrey up North to the New York of Korea.
  • Time to see Korea!
    on Jan 6, 2012
    When the time comes to see Korea you might want to consider either a motorcycle or a rental car. We've used both for years now. When we road tripped to the DMZ we rented a car. For us it was super easy. You just need a passport and a driver's license...
  • Wandering Wednesdays.  Now that the boy and I are back in the States, we decided that we would conduct most of our Wandering Wednesdays from places we love in the U.S.  So for our first inaugural stateside WW, we wandered ourselves straight down to a local...
  • Helloooo America!Well, I'm officially back on American soil with a belly full of pad thai and hard cider.  So many things have happened since my last post that I don't even know where to start. Let's go with what's the most exciting to me at the moment:  T...
  • Wandering Wednesday.Well, the boy and Ares kitten are officially on American soil as I type this.  I'm currently sitting in a nearly empty apartment sans boyfriend and cat.  It's been pretty weird, let me tell you.  The good news is I can watch as ma...
  • Buddha's BirthdayLast year for Buddha's birthday the boy and I flew to Thailand to receive our sak yants and stuff our faces with pad thai.  We decided to stay a more traditional (and financially safe) route this time around and rented a car with some great frie...
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