Back in 2010, we went on a road trip all around Korea. Sleeping in traditional houses with minimal comfort, or staying in five stars hotel. During this trip I could confirmed what I suspected. Driving rules are actual pretty much all the same as ours. Except for one. That one which says “you don’t really have to follow the rules“. So as long as you don’t cause any accident, that’s fine. It’s not as messy as you may imagine, but it’s definitely more loose than what I’m used to.
So here is a rough cut of our trip. There’s also a normal speed version for those of you who enjoy sightseeing.
We took 138 national road instead of highway to see the villages. It’s like country side of United states which we saw in the Hollywood films. Single floor buildings, huge trucks (like optimus prime), yellow school buses, big retro style advertisement boards on the road side, a lot of huge fast food drive thru and big houses with wide garden right next to the road. Continue reading →
As KiKi was so curious about the Québec city, we decided to go there for a long weekend. He took a holiday on Friday and we rented a car. It takes about 3 hours driving from Montreal to Québec so we expected to see beautiful view of Canadian countryside on the way. Continue reading →
Indoor amusement park, convenient hot summer and cold winter.
Traditional house, where we slept
Paddy field ♥
Home in traditional village
Korean butterflies exist !
Look for the obvious...
Yet another flying butter
As fast as myself under Korean sun
Here is, finally, the events following my birthday spent in Korea. We went to Lotte World, an amusement park in Seoul. That park is both indoor and outdoor. That was quite fun to go on rides when surrounded by buildings. A different point of view for the city indeed. The weather was still very hot, and I was please to discover some special “tower” spraying fresh water at people. Very refreshing. Continue reading →
My car’s gone. Not because of my driving style, but rather because I have been trying to sell it for a few months now. Nobody seemed to be interested for such a long time, so I had to drop price a few times, but it eventually got sold. “Freedom” would one shout when he gets his first car. “Freedom” says I when I finally get rid of it. I’m pedestrian.
It wasn’t needed anymore and it became quite a waste of money to keep it. So instead of paying for nothing, we decided to save that money for our World Project. The deal ammount is a good start for our savings and we’ll keep saving the monthly ammount I used to spend for it. That way we have guaranteed income for our project which is nice. Saving is the first step which will make our project become reality. (Second step should be Wiifit ;))