Scenes from Seoul

Seoul sidewalks.

Here I am in Incheon International Airport waiting to board our flight to Cebu and sipping on a Caribou Coffee Iced Mocha. (CARIBOU in Seoul!?!? CARIBOU in Seoul! Weird and wonderful.)

I’m excited to share more photos from this amazing city, but for now you’ll be getting a glimpse of it through my iPhone since the DSLR is tucked away under towels, makeup, and travel toilet paper.

Train in Seoul filled with people.

Woman drinking a smoothie in a coffee shop.

Egg on rice with sesame seeds.

Motorcycle in Seoul.

Woman and man smiling.

Happy weekend to all of you! Next stop, Cebu!

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    Valerie at The Year of Living Healthfully

    How great that you got to explore such an incredible city like Seoul. It looks fascinating, and that egg dish looks interesting. Blessings on getting settled in your new home.

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    Jakky

    Thank you for being your amazing self and somehow managing to post while traveling across the world! 🙂

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    Every time I read your posts, I can’t help but sing the Veggie Tales song “The Song of the Cebu”. What an amazing opportunity you guys have! I can’t imagine how stressful it must be, but you will surely be blessed for answering the call to help the least of these!

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    Sandy

    Loved Korea when I was there. People are so friendly. Remember that egg dish too. Happy travels

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    myfudo

    Have fun! I am sure you will be enjoying your trip. You look so pretty in your pictures.

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    Hi Lindsay and Bjork – It’s a wonderful thing to be young, adventurous, and filled with the rush of anticipation for what lies ahead. You’ve done a stellar job of taking us along on your journey and helping us experience your high and low moments. It gives some of us a moment to reflect on our own journeys…still others, perhaps, the impetus to break out and chart a new course. I look forward to much more and wish that this experience strengthens the deep bond you clearly share with one another.

    Ken Haedrich

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    Nice! I hope you’re having a nice time so far and have a safe trip to Cebu. And I love that you post pictures while you’re traveling. It’s always fun to see what others are up to. 🙂

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    I don’t know why the comment form is not showing up on your post from today – home for the year – but it’s not. I think it’s probably my computer. But anyway – I wanted to say hello, and tell you I can feel what you’re feeling – I think. I remember spending time in towns like that and your heart starts to ache. I wish I could do a better job of explaining how I feel when I’m reading about your days and just the fact that you are sharing with us. I am so grateful for both. Sending love and prayers your way – with a special request for a fixed toilet. 😉

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    Rebecca D.

    I want you to know that I started reading your blog because of the wonderful food recipes, but I will continue reading over the next yea,r regardless of weather there is another food recipe or not. You both are doing an amazing thing and I will be keeping you in my prayers. May God’s blessing be upon your time there.