Well, you know how it is. You go somewhere new and everyone there tells you that the weather is ‘never’ like this. But I have to tell you — monsoon season here is something else. And not only that, according to all my friends here, RAINY SEASON IS OVER.
This part of Korea is lovely — all rolling mountains and islands, mist low and clinging, cicadas providing the background music always, always. The storms since I’ve been here have been wonderous — thunder and lightning dancing, rain in sheets, soaking everything in an instant. Hot rain.
Hard to photograph, though, so my shots today are mostly of the indoor variety. Our first day of camp went — uh — swimmingly yesterday. At Superhero camp, Super Wiz and the kcellerator rule. For Lee’s [my partner-in-crime] view you can check out his blog post HERE.
As for me, I’m learning every minute.
New tech fact: In Korea, don’t push the button twice in the elevator, as it turns the floor you’ve selected off. Then you stand and wait until you figure it out.
New food fact: Whole grains are not a popular food choice. For them who does, BYOB, and by ‘B’ I mean Bran, baby. [This is a shot of Kimchi and rice — the only vegetarian items on many menus…Rice has black beans in it, which is yummy, though. And purple.]
It is a truth, universally acknowledged, that a travelling kc dyer in possession of a full suitcase must be in want of a hairbrush.
Got one now!