Sunday, June 05, 2011

Hiking, Caving, Ferrying...is that a word?

We went on a ferry ride and a touristy cave on a day trip with Adventure Korea. It was worth the $40, but I think the highlight was the ferry ride. The cave was pretty, but we had 80 people trying to walk through it in an hour. Next time, maybe we'll try a smaller group. Anthony said this site used to be a cave, but it collapsed and all that is left is the stone archway.













Here are some photos of Anthony and I at Soraksan National Park. Anthony climbed to a peak, while I took a cable car up into a different area. There were Buddhist temples all over, and lots of water falls. The mineral water stream tasted naturally fizzy! It was cool!

Here is our lunch after our hike














3 comments:

S E E Quine said...

Wow! Beautiful pictures! What an adventure you must have had! That food, whatever it is, looks delish!

I just had a great meal myself, and just when I thought it couldn't get any better, Lucas told me that he put my cell phone through the wash! (This is all just right now.) I had left my phone in my pants, which I had intended to wear tomorrow morning, and he had put them through the wash! As my job requires a cell phone, it will be very hard to work now! Hmmm, maybe I can call in sick? Mua ha ha ha!

Also, being that I live next to a ferry port, I know for a fact that ferrying is indeed a word!

Have fun in Korea!

Blackpetunia said...

I love the temples and the hiking looks amazing too.
Are you guys going to try visiting other countries while you're there?

duff said...

that looks awesome, cassie :~)