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... a quick photo shoot (tradition for us) before heading to "school" for our Valentine's Day Party. Early to bed, tomorrow we are taking the drive to Deagu for a bit of shopping, we still need nails for hanging up pictures in the house. Surprising how difficult it is to find nails in Chinhae.
Hope everyone has a wonderful Valentine's ...
... just for a train station!?', but I soon realised it was a Navel base and they were having some parade. The Navel base wasn't even on my map so I didn't have a clue where I was and how I ended up there. I asked a passer by where the train station was and they said the didn't know. Eventually I found a police officer and asked him for directions. He didn't have a clue where it was as well. I was beginning to wonder if they even had a train station because know one ...
... in a giant fireworks display.
Across from the Culture Plaza Jungang Live Fish Market highlights the maritime activity of this coastal town. You can see an assortment of live catch in many shapes and sizes.
Dongpirang Wall Painting Village
Another modern addition to the town is a wall painting village among the terraces of hilltop houses overlooking ...
... a bus close by.
Similar to most Temples there was a collection of small buildings with different shrines inside. One has gold Buddha figures, another had a collection of carved painted figures. The carved figures came in two sizes, either 4 ft tall or 1 ft.
... that will be hard to surpass. Thank you Asia!
Buddhas birthday was the perfect experience from the start of the lantern parade, to the kayaking, to the moments splashing in nature made glow water. It was my first time celebrating this holiday, and now that decisions have been made it will probably be my last. I'll leave you on that cliff-hanging note and promise to blog this weekend about my big girl decision and new job acceptance.
Other places to stay in Gyeongsangnam-do
707, Gyeongdong-ro, Andong | Hotelfrom $56
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