A view from Seoul Metropolitan History Museum.
Cheonggyecheon, Seoul river in the day
Cheonggyecheon, Seoul walking to dangdaemun by the manmade river at night
Busan Fish Market
A view from Busan tower to the port
Busan Near Beomeosa Temple
Danyang Gosu Cave
Enroute to Sokcha
Temple near Sokcha
Sokcha seaside! Beautiful blue sea
Seoul national history museum
A Short trip to catch up with a former university friend in February and tour around Frankfurt and Stuttgart city.
Friday night: Frankfurt Business District in sight from one of the bridges
Saturday morning: A similar view of the business District, We walk along Eiserner Steg Bridge
Similar to Pont des Arts in paris, Eiserner Steg featutres love padlocks along either sides of the railings.
The inscription on the top left of the image is a quote from Homers’ Odeyssy:
A gentleman with an interesting musical instrument climbing the stairs at one of the metro stations
Sunday: Having Travelled to Stuttagert on satuday evening, we head out for a late breakfast and a drive before making our way back to the airport.
Sunday afternoon/evening: A great ending to the weekend, having traveled by car for the most part of my trip, I have frequented the word ‘Ausfahrt’ several times. I have come to now know that this means to exit (e.g from a highway).
I feel that this trip has truly been a short lived- but nonetheless a worthwhile and rejuvenating- exit from the long road I am taking in my everyday life here in London.
I hope to be revisiting Germany very soon to visit my friend and perhaps learn a few more words along the way.
Although I have commuted through Shadwell Overground Station on a number of occasions, I have never managed to walk to the end of the platform up until now.
I was pleasantly surprised by the beautiful large steel beams holding the brick trench walls at two levels.