Bio: Just another story of a big city girl abandoning the comforts of cosmopolitan life to embark on an island adventure. In this case from Singapore to Jeju Island. Its about going back to the basics, embracing what nature has to offer and taking time to admire Gods great work on this earth 🙂 ** Jeju is an island off South Korea that is flanked by the South China Sea and The Yellow Sea. The island was created entirely from volcanic eruptions approximately 2 million years ago, during the time period extending from the Tertiary to the beginning of the Quaternary period, and consists chiefly of basalt and lava. Boasting of pristine waters, and lush greenery, it houses South Korea’s tallest mountain Halla-san. Jeju has over 360 volcanic hills, a lava tube that is believed to be the longest in the world, over 8,000 species of plants and animals. Jeju goverment has constructed the Olle trails which feature trekking paths that document the beauty of the island. In 2011, it is conferred one of the New 7 Wonders of The World by the UNESCO World Natural Heritage, Global Geo park and Biosphere Reserve.