http://huntersneeds.net/rigaro/3872 At the end of August, Chris and I took a weekend trip over to Japan to visit Fukuoka and Hiroshima. A trip to Japan is always one of my favorite things to do, so I was pretty excited to get out of Korea for the weekend. Unfortunately, I had just injured my knee playing soccer, so it made the trip…a little slower. Hobbling around was fun, but I do wish my knee hadn’t hurt, it made the trip much more tiresome and a lot less enjoyable. Funny enough, I went to the doctor afterwards and learned (after an MRI) that I had cracked my fibula (by my knee)…whoops. As a side note, that kept me from playing soccer, or really being active at all for three months…not fun, when most everything you do in Korea is considered active.visite site by
find out After my month long trip to Texas, I of course wanted to take another trip versus going back to Korea. I’ve learned that it is much easier to go back to Korea if there is something to look forward to — which is why we decided to take a trip to the Philippines for my birthday this year! The night of my birthday we took off from Gimhae airport on the way to Cebu City. There are over 7,000 islands in the Philippines, so choosing where to go is almost impossible. After speaking with several others that have made the trip, and doing a little research, we decided to go to Cebu Island and Boracay. Aside from Japan, and parts of China, the Philippines are the closest travel destination to South Korea (I guess you could also count North Korea as a travel destination…but I’m not going to this time). The only problem is that you have to fly in and out in the middle of the night.by
9èmes rencontres professionnelles de la piscine publique 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.
como ligar mujeres 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.by