After hanging out at the cabin for a night, we went back to Suwon for a night and then headed down to Jeju Island for several days. We've described Jeju as being Korea's Hawaii. It's an almost-tropical volcanic island and a popular destination for newlyweds. We did a LOT of awesome stuff in Jeju, so here is a quick highlight reel..
One of the first things we did was see Dragonhead Rock. It's the big one, that sticks up.
|Yeah, I still don't see it - do you?|
Turned out that the first hotel we stayed at was down the road from the Korean Space Weather Center! Happy Chris :)
This is what trouble looks like..
|Ridiculously cute trouble|
This little restaurant, famous for its kimchi jjigae, will always be remembered as "The place where Tim almost ate a giant beetle." The poor shop owner, after she saw him freaking out (no vomit! so proud!) said, "Aww... Him?? Why did it have to happen to an American?!"
We encountered these little guys at the Green Tea museum. They were part of a display to demonstrate the process of picking and drying tea. I *really* wanted to take one home with me.
Jeongbang Waterfall, said to be the only waterfall in Asia that flows right into the ocean.
We did a lot of walking to look at the coastline..
|A little bit of joy|
Just before heading back to the airport we went to see Manjang Cave, which was pretty ridiculously cool. It's actually a lava tube. You're allowed to walk 1km in.
|'Turtle Rock' which they say is shaped like Jeju.|
|At the end of the tunnel, a spot where lava poured through a hole in the ceiling.|
|A storm of win!!|