Today was our final day in Busan and it was filled with more sightseeing, catching up with alumni, cultural history and of course food.
This tour focused on the west side of Busan which was where the local folk lived. As I traveled through Busan I was wondering where the everyday people lived and worked. The hotel we stayed at was more of a touristy area .
What I observed on this tour was the hills…..San Francisco ain’t got nothing on these hills.
Also no space is wasted, every nook, cranny, and alley is filled with a home, restaurant, mom and pop store, coffee shop or fruit stand. Being from the United States I can see why people see it as a place with a lot of open space. What a luxury.
While on the tour we experienced more beautiful views.
After the tour we ventured off on our own!
We ended up back at the mall and we saw kimchee refrigerators (I want one)
We were told that just about every household has a kimchee refrigerator. Families will get together before the winter and make kimchee that can last them all winter.
I didn’t talk much about the driving here, but it is crazy….not as bad as Costa Rica. Here this taxi stops in the middle of traffic to pick this woman up. She had luggage to put in the trunk….smh
Ked and I learned that sidewalks are not ment just for pedestrians walking….its for driving and parking as well.
We took the city bus…..traffic was crazy
We had a chance to experience the world famous chagalchi fish market.
We stopped in a small restaurant along the way and had some fried fish.
After we experienced the fish market, the night market was happening so we walked around and soaked in our last night in Busan.
Another observation Ked and I made was the love for miniature dogs that people in Busan had. We never saw a big dog….like never!
Now back to the hotel to pack and get ready for our train ride back to Seoul. Busan it has been a blast.
Until next time