Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel
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Luckily the next day the sun was shining and it was a perfect day to see the island. Our first stop on the tour was yet another Trick Eye Museum. Not as big and busy as the one we had visited in Seoul but just as much fun, if not more fun because we were less rushed and could actually line up the photos properly without 30 people walking through the photo and as we were with a bunch of foreigners we were not a photo opportunity waiting to happen!
... that indicate the site of a woman diver. They dive to get the shell fish on the sea bed. If you observe a little while, you can see them going up to the surface and diving again. U-do is tiny but there is a lot to see and do. We walk to the lighthouse to get the view, the across a black sand beach and inside a cave to find pink rocks. The weather was just about hot enough to eat an ice-cream. We had a nice day. Once back, we had a really good meal, some sort of stew, the meat ...
... This is an outdoor museum where traditional life in Jeju was shown.
That night we got an early night because we were going to ascend Mt. Hallasan, which is the tallest peak in South Korea.
The trail we were taking up was about 10km long and the trail on the way down was about 9km. We also had to add another 3.5km at the end to hike back to a bus stop. That's for a grand total of 22.5 km!
We arrived at the ...
... Jeongbang waterfall was very unique because it fell right into the ocean. There were even women selling raw seafood to eat right on the rocks of the beach. Both waterfalls were much prettier than any I’d seen before, except for the Silver Falls in Sapa, Vietnam. Segwipo was a much more casual, seaside town than Jeju-si in the north and I can’t wait to go back to explore more. To get back to Seoul I flew for the grand total of about $40, so I highly recommend that to anyone planning on going. ...
... in pain! I had on some chacos and he had on water shoes. My knees were killing me on the way down and I got myself some nice looking blisters too. It was super rocky (volcanic rock which is black and sporous) so it was a difficult day. When we made it back down to the bottom we all celebrated with a nice cold Cass and hopped back in the car to go back to Jungmun Beach. Clair and Rob had been staying at a motel there for a few days so we wanted to try to book a room ...