One thing I love about living in San Francisco is how easily I can step outside of the city and see the blue ocean, get some fresh air, and revel in the lushness of the trees. In just a quick drive up the 1 Freeway, you’ll find yourself at Stinson Beach where you can enjoy the beach or hike in the hills. There are several different hiking trails up Mt. Tamalpais, so you’ll have many to choose from based on your skill level, time […]
Early morning walk to Mother’s. Brunch time. International Rose Test Garden. Dying roses. The only roses left in the entire garden basically. More dying roses. More, more dying roses. Portland Japanese Garden. Mt. St. Helen. Colorful trees. Stream. Waterfall. Saturated. Leaves. We’re so happy. Salt & Straw. Dinner @ Andina. Melt-in-your-mouth quinoa crusted scallops. After dinner fun at Ground Kontrol.
Leeum Samsung Museum of Art. Hair ornaments fit for a queen. Cable car up to Namsan Tower. View of wet, gloomy Seoul. Xmas tree made from couple’s locks. Too cheesy but we just had to do it. Teddy Bear Museum. Gwang-jang market. This lady cut us fresh noodles and made us… this! More street food.
Chang-duk Palace. Girl in traditional Korean dress…and sneakers. Vibrant colors adorning the palace rooftops. King’s library. Inside Huwon Secret Garden. Cheong-gye cheon stream. Little boy sitting by the stream. Shopping at Doota. Dinner at Hanmiri, traditional Korean buffet with a modern twist. Admiral Yi. King SeJong. Gwanghwa-mun Square.
I always wondered what the point of seat belts were on a flight. I figure, best case scenario… we’ll crash and die; worst case scenario… I’ll survive the crash but my belt won’t release and I’ll either drown or burn to death. Apparently being jet-lagged and sleep deprived for the past week brings to surface all of my innermost morbid thoughts. In brighter news, my first New York trip was a Grade A success! Though sleeping on my sister’s freshman […]