It's time for a new adventure.
After four years here in the beautiful and wet Northwest, I am jettisoning my belongings and packing my bags once again.
In two weeks I will be heading to the Magic Kingdom. No, not Disneyland. Saudi Arabia. While work takes me there, I hope to use my free time to explore the seas around Arabia as well as the historical areas that it surrounds.
Posts with pictures will soon follow. In the meantime, I'll add some photos from recent dive vacations.
Sunday, September 20, 2009
Seoul was my last stop, and unexpectedly one of my favorites. I found the city and country to be inviting, beautiful and elegant. Since I enjoy woodwork, the temples and palaces were amazing. Food was great as well. I can't wait to go back and see more of Korea.
How many police does it take to guard the donuts? This intersection had hundreds of police in riot gear each day for reasons I do not know.
The cityscape from my window.
One of my favorite buildings - the sliced look.
How many varieties of dried shrimp are there?
Something that is common in so many countries, but not the USA - a vendor parked on the sidewalk selling fresh corn out of the back of his pickup.
One of the many vibrant outdoor markets in Seoul.
Big drums and colorful costumes at the changing of the guard at the palace.
More colorful pageantry.
Scooters at work delivering pizza. Some day I will travel the world just to put together a photo documentary of scooters.