Jeju: The Second Day

The second day started with a quick breakfast before we boarded the bus.   We went off for a hike around  a crater.   It was pretty awesome and tiring at the same time.   Walking down was really quite scary as it felt like you could fall down but the view from the top was well worth the enormous amount of sweat that penetrated all my clothes  to the point of feeling absurd.

From there we headed to a weird lunch buffet that was done to look like a European castle or something with copies of all kinds of famous European works of art.  The food yet again was disappointing.

From there we headed to O’Sulloc’s Green tea farm where we saw the green tea fields and a cool museum of tea.   I bought my co-teacher a gift from there and had a green tea milkshake which was quite good.

Then we headed back to our hotel for some time at the beach.  We went down to the beach right out in front of the hotel and swam.   The water was really nice and we played a ball game in the water.

After about an hour of this a group of about 9 of us went to a sashimi restaurant for dinner and it was very yummy.   We got to eat a ton of raw fish, and all the fixings along with some of the spicy fish soup that normally comes with sashimi.

Finally from there we went for some night fun on the beach setting off fireworks, drinking and generally just carousing.  A good time was had by all.

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About Andrew Martin
Hello, I'm a 31 year old educator. I've spent a few years abroad before coming back to the states this year. I'm a man of many interests, and I use seoulbound as my place for talking about them.

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