|Enroute by train, cross country to Busan.|
|Gwangali Bridge by night.|
|Wine, patio and Garry. A perfect night.|
|May be too small to see but propped up on the soju bottle is a phone. |
This family watched TV all through dinner. It made me sad,
but Koreans LOVE their phones & their television.
|My obligatory foot shot :)|
|When brain storming on the word "SUMMER" in a grade 5 class, one student said tube. |
I didn't really understand until I got to Busan in the height of summer. Everyone has one.
|Ajumma swimsuit fashion.|
|Typical ajumma beach wear.|
|After beach drinks on the strip (I went for a Bloody Mary cause it's such an afternoon |
sunshine drink, but all it made me do was miss my Canadian Caesars even more).
|Happy Beach Bums|
|This burger was of epic porportions and tasted great!|
|Shellfish BBQ. Amazing.|
One of the best parts of Busan is the seafood.
|Biggest scallop I have ever eaten. |
Tasted even better than it looked.
|I want to go back to Busan for more seafood. |
Yum Yum Pop.
|Cooked to perfection.|
|And a few shrimps just to top it all off.|
|Moonlighting over Korea.|
|Me, in a happy place.|
|Champers + Beach = Perfect|
(even in paper cups).
|The contstruction workers lunch working on the |
building next to where we stayed.
(Can you see the difference?)
|Looking up @ Shinsegae Department Store.|
|Cafeteria food at the mall. Classy stuff.|
|Beautiful views on the train ride home.|
|Sunsetting somewhere in Korea.|
NOTE: Here is the link to the blog entry with more details from my trip to Busan.