I don’t think I could ever live somewhere without being close to the beach.
Not that I go often, but it’s nice to know that it’s just there.
During my Busan trip, I walked a lot. I mean A LOT!
I wish I had known we were going on a long walk/hike/stroll. I would have put on some nice comfortable sneakers. Instead, I walked around in my sandals. Not a smart idea. But then again, I didn’t know what type of adventures we were going to take that day.
One day we walked from Haeundae Beach to Gwangalli beach. (Which is on the other side of those buildings and then some.
To give you a better perspective, here’s a map. It’s along the coast where those 2 red areas are.
And then on a different day we walked from Haeundae Beach to another beach in the opposite direction.
Before heading off on our adventure, I had a hamburger at Geckos. (Which the one in Busan is a lot nicer than the one in Seoul– probably because of its location)
Eating right by the beach may sound nice, but not when the winds blowing like crazy, and the bacon on your burger flies away, and also when you lose a couple of french fries.
Here;s a guy fishing.
Getting ready to cross a bridge.
I see our destination- Gwangalli. Just on the other side of the bridge.
Made it! (Of course, by the time we get there it’s dark)
You may remember this bridge from my first post about Busan and the bridge.
Look at that moon. Isn’t it just beautiful?
Anyways, that will be it for this post!