No clue how to spell it but that is Korean for hello. Ok it is 5 am Sunday morning, so that means it is about 3 pm Saturday afternoon at home.
Saturday we woke up and went downstairs to our hotel and had a wonderful American breakfast! Yummy! It was so good. After a while you just need a little bit of home. Then we went to a beautiful park in the city where Ms. Cameron was born and then the Bamboo Forest. It was amazing. You want to know why Koreans live long lives and stay so healthy? Walk, walk, walk, eat healthy and lots of green tea, which I love and now Mike is hooked on. 90 years old would put you to shame. They walk up long steep hills, steps without a problem. The parks are built for your health. Not to sound like a hippie, but they respect the earth and use it in a way that benefits you and gives back to it. Amazing. We were able to see parts of Korea most foreigners don't. We were about 5 hours south of Seoul and it was beautiful.
We have met a wonderful couple along with her mother who are from Kansas. They are adopting a little girl. We went out with them last night to the Outback, again yummy! The three of them are so sweet. We are going to exchange info and keep in touch.
Today is a free day so we are going to ride the subway and finish our shopping. I will try to post pictures later. If my sons read this, I love you and miss you!