I really don’t have a teleporter, nor doraemon’s Dokodemo Door, but I’m in Seoul now, greetings from Korea, 여보세요.
Can’t believe I’d never been to Seoul before, even though I thought I’m well travelled.
Staying near Hongik University area, I find everything seems so cool, kinda reminds me of Tokyo’s Shimo-kitazawa, maybe because of coffee shops everywhere.
I think I can live in Seoul haha. Only seen a small part of the city and everything seems great. Coffee, cute shops and nice food everywhere.
I remember a movie called Suzhou River, the other day we went to a park called Suzhou River Environment Theme Park, park itsemf has nothing to do with environment or anything. Every time I’m in China, I’m always quite amazed by the way they give names to parks or whatever places.
Anyways, the park is more of a public park for nearby residence buildings, that kind of park where you can see old ladies singing and dancing with those odd pop music with not so much melody but repetitive lyrics, they do this as their daily exercises, and also you see kids running around.
Still I like visiting parks when I’m travelling, just to see some random local life.
Didn’t take many photos inside the park though, except for some selfies with the flower carpet.
Spring in Shanghai feels almost like summer in Belgium, similar temperature haha.
Hello greetings from Shanghai!
Yes I’m in China. Just walk around, it reminds me of those good old days. I never lived in Shanghai before, but went there quite often before when I lived close. We sometimes take a train there party the whole night.
I’m still doing the same thing in Europe sometimes but still I sometimes miss the fun time I had here.
I just found my new favorite drink, it looks so cute! After drinking seveval days unsweetend green tea and calpis, I finally tried a new drink lol.
The weather in Shanghai these days is perfect, 25 degrees, you need a light jacket in the evening and morning.
After more than one month sweating in SE Asia, I feel so refreshed!
Some random shots
Do you like artificial attraction sites, such as amusement parks?
I used to hate it, I’ve never been to any disneylands for example. Not only because I’m more into the nature than such attractions, also because I’m scared of most rides of course, the only thing I can do again and again is carrousel.
Actually nowadays I like amusement parks, I guess life is too real or boring so we do need this kind of bubble dreams to feel happy!
Photos take at Genting Highlands, near KL, interestin place.
Have a good week, everyone!