Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Jeju Island

Jeju Island has been a nice break from the business of the big cities, but it is a lot more touristy than I had realized. There are many interesting formations, big and small, on the island due to its volcanic beginnings along with numerous other attractions, both natural and man made, and this all draws Korean and foreign tourist by the bus loads. One of the major products of Jeju is tangerines and there are farms everywhere. The big surprise to Kay and I is number English speaking travelers we have encountered with Jejueco Tours. Haven't heard so much English since leaving home. The travelers we met are Indian from the U.S., Singaporean, Malaysian, and Phillippino. It was a wonderful opportunity to get to know other travelers. Kay and I were on our own yesterday so we wandered into a market in Jungmun city. Pictured below are some of the things we found at the market. Use the link below to see all my pictures in Picasa.
Link to Photo Album Goodbye Seoul, Hello Jeju

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