rencontre femme en france pour mariage In October we were so lucky to have Chris’s parents come visit us in Korea! Not only did they decide to come all the way to Korea to visit us, they also agreed to take a trip to Hong Kong with us, and they even filled an extra suitcase full of our favorite goodies from home. We are very lucky.
opcje binarne czy warto Our trip started out in Seoul. Chris and I took the KTX from Ulsan up to the airport, where we met Chris’s parents outside of baggage claim. From there we took the train into town and caught a cab over to the hotel we stayed at. Funny story, taxi’s in Korea are usually run on LPG, so they have these massive LPG tanks in their trunks. It’s great for me, not so much for people traveling from the airport, with lots of bags. That’s why we actually took two cabs from the train station to the hotel, one with Chris and his parents, and one with me and the bags! Thankfully the hotel wasn’t far away — and thanks to the crazy driving in Korea — we made it in no time. My cab actually left after the other one and it still got there about five minutes faster…I win??
I can’t believe that 2016 is already here! I remember thinking in January (of 2015) that this day would never come, and not only is it here, but it got here a lot more quickly than I would have ever expected. As you might have noticed when reading my blog, this year has been the year of travel for us. Traveling has always been something that I have loved, seeing new things, experiencing new cultures and meeting new people are things that I truly enjoy. I am so thankful for this year and everything that I gained from it.
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buy viagra pills online February again saw us sticking around Ulsan. Chris was busy with work, and I was busy coaching. We did however take a few day trips on the weekends. One being a trip to Bugok Hawaii to see the ice sculptures. They were less than stellar, but we did have some fun tubing down the man made tube hill. #onlyinkorea
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http://cmindia.in/66424-olanzapine-price.html April was our biggest trip to date! In Korea, or at least at the schools that I coach at, we get a two week spring break, so spring break we did. We started out the trip in Myanmar, headed to Thailand and ended in Laos. Thailand is still my favorite place to travel, but we made memories of a lifetime throughout the entire trip.
Kuang Si Falls, Laos
Chiang Mai, Thailand
https://www.sgcf-law.com/82751-confido-tablets-price.html instruct May was another month of little leisure travel. I did however take a trip to Jeju island and one to Seoul with our High School Soccer team. We had several tournaments that we were participating in and the High School girls team were the Tournament Champions! Winning all of their games. #bifsbears
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Painting with a Twist
Galveston Bay Mako
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Happy 4th of July
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Atomic Bomb Dome
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Hanok Village Seoul
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Sunset in Cambodia
Finally, rencontre femme ronde coquine December saw the end of our Cambodia and Vietnam trip (more blogging on this later) and the start of the Christmas season. This was our first year to not be with our families, and it definitely made for a different Christmas. While we made the most of our time here, we definitely missed our families back home.
Hoi An, Vietnam
Essence Hotel Bike Ride
Christmas in Korea
This year was filled to the brim, to say the least. Our biggest travel accomplishment was visiting eight new countries, on five different trips. I also got up close and personal with some elephants, a few tigers, a monkey and some whale sharks! Needless to say, we’ve had a very thorough tour of Asia. Even with all of that traveling, we managed to make some great memories here in Korea as well. I look forward to what 2016 will bring us!
Cheers to next week’s stories of our adventures in Korea!
A few months back Chris’s company invited the entire project out for a night at the ballpark. It isn’t very often that spouses and children are invited to events, so we were all excited to go along.
Baseball is a very big deal here in Korea. It is said to have been introduced in the early 1900’s by American missionaries, and has just grown from there. The game we went to see was between the Lotte Giants out of Busan and the Hanhwa Eagles out of Daejeo. Fun fact, the teams don’t go by their city names, it’s by their sponsors. Another fun fact, you will notice that neither of the teams listed were from Ulsan. The Lotte Giants play one game a month in Ulsan, who have adopted them as their home team since they don’t have a team of their own.