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... to turn around but I was on a mission, it was likely to be a mission to pass out from heat exhaustion and dehydration at one point, until I found a little stall half way up selling overpriced bottles of frozen water. Never have I parted with money so freely.
The most annoying part of this climb is that there are no markers to tell you how far you have come and how far is left, so it is just endless steps with the odd gap in the trees providing an ...
... the waves suck it up and throw it back onto the beach! Logan saw a man building rock towers so one day he spent at least 2 hours running around the beach balancing every rock on the others and building fun bridges out of the lava rock..it was nice to be back in nature for both of us.We spent many many hours sitting by the harbor and under a tree next to the waves just staring out at the power and beauty of the crystal clear water or reading. We realized we really miss ...
... outside Seoul. It was a magical thing to just sit there for thirty minutes and listen to the waterfall hit the pool and watch the ducks (I counted four varieties) and the carp and look at the cherry blossoms. There were hundreds of people there too, but they didn't matter.
I hope I recover some zeal for adventure tomorrow. Let's just say that for a long time now I have set myself a rather steep challenge, and I hope I am up to the task. Check back here tomorrow to see if I managed it or ...
... opportunities to photograph some of the stunning rock formations, stalactites and stalagmites.
As we emerged back into the scorching heat, we realised that we needed to get moving in order to have time to eat a final lunch together, before Neil and Jess headed off to Jeju City airport.
Later that day, we had checked into our hotel in Jeju City and decided to get a taxi over to Iho Beach to watch the sunset. We strolled along ...
... been on a ferry, and to me it seemed pretty nice considering what could have been expected by sleeping on a boat. Dianna and I actually sat around with two German girls we met in our cabin and had some drinks and played cards until it was time to hit the sack.
Like we said, Jeju was a vacation meant for taking it easy. We enjoyed the peace we had on the beach when the Korean lifeguard wasn't repeating swimming warnings from ...