Tuesday, October 18, 2011
We took a trip to Namhae Island, on the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula.
The terraced fields are for rice, their main cash crop. They also grow a lot of garlic.
The area is also famous for makgelli, a homemade rice wine.
Sending up lanterns... Each one has the hopes/prayers of the person sending it up.
The locals set us up with an entire truck load of bivalves.
I caught this fish with my bare hands.
This truck window is rigged Korean-style... with a chopstick.
Eating the fish we caught... sashimi style.
thanks for posting those flattering pictures of me on the internet. Lookin Good.
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