Day 2 was cold, wet and miserable! One of those days that showed the nonsense that the TV travel channels spout about getting lost being the best part of going places to be just that: nonsense!
We couldn't find the places we were looking for and wandering around the least picturesque parts of Seoul was just cold and damp. Anyway, our mood brightened up after some lunch and we spent a (still freezing) afternoon wandering around the cool shopping districts of the city. On the wander back, it started to snow good and proper, which set us up for a cracking final day.
First up, Seoul in December is absolutely completely bloody freezing! It also means the weather can be a bit iffy. However, when it is nice, it is really nice. Clear blue skies and that crisp freshness that I love.
First up was a wander on the North side of the city as it appeared to us. Hanok houses were the first item on the agenda. These, wooden houses used to cover Korea apparently, until the Government knocked most of them down to make room for the usual Asian tower blocks.
This will be a blog about my latest shots and what I liked or was trying to do with them
I am a teacher of Economics and have worked in various schools in Europe & Asia. One of the things I love doing is getting out and about with my camera.