Monday, December 1, 2014
Gee..it's been more than a month since we stayed at his pension. Even..I forgot the name of this pension we stayed at during our autumn trip.
There were 8 of us!
So..a pension is surely a logical and cheapest way to accommodate a trip like this.
Not to mention the kitchen that we could use to cook!
Tante Yuni was so intrigued by the simplicity of the kitchen that she wanted me to take a picture of her in front of the kitchen set before we ruined them.^^
Yes..it's clean and simple...coz we hadn't used them, yet.^^
The kids seemed to forget that they'd been playing all day long. They kept on playing once they got into the pension.
And..indeed...it's different from our daily normal life.
Yes...as good as it seems to be...there's no way that I want to have THESE and THOSE in our daily life. It's enough for one night...to sort of 'escape' from the daily dose of normalcy. but..this?
They all look warm, okay. but...hmm...too crowded. But..did we enjoy it? yes..since it's only for one night only:)
The kids snuggled into a temporary bed right in front of the TV. *sigh*
walked out of the pension to take a night view of the neighborhood.
A cool autumn night. Oh, there's a telephone booth in front of our pension.
back into the house...and a selfie with Eyra..before going to bed.
once we were laying down..and eyes facing up the ceiling...I could not help but noticing the lamps!
Bonjour! Yes...Ms. Park was baby-sitting three kids in a France village.
Freya...in front of a make-belief France village....of course.
Great autumn outing for the kids.
Razqa: please stop picking up your nose...!!
Oh, please Rasqa. Anyway...Freya and Eyra were ready to pose.
now it's my turn...
The misty hills seen from the highest spot at Petite France.
not that I wanted to. NOPE. It's just that I got to take my relatives (tante and budhe^^) who happened to be visiting Korea. well....as what tourists do....this place has recently been one of the must-visit places for those who's fallen into the "trap" of Korean dramas.^^
Ok...again..these miniatures displayed in all houses were captivating as always.
the glass managerie...
the porcelain dolls...
the all France-related knick-knack....
from inside one of the houses..I could see people were enjoying the outdoor performance..which none other than (again, unchanged) pantomime show.!!
up ..walked up the hill...another view from above.
It's winter, yet...I haven't posted more blogs about our autumn trip to Nami Island.
When tante Yuni and budhe Ning visited us in Korea, it's a trip to remember since it's surely their first ever autumn!
Girls will always be girls...
who are prone into beauties...like this.
*not that men are not, though.
The must-have picture in Nami (at least for some) who wish to 'capture' how Nami has become a hubbub for tourists (mostly) from Southeast Asian countries.
With another Indonesian family who went to the island along with us. *prior to boarding the ferry that would take us to the mainland...
onto the ferry...(again) the Nami Maidㅋㅋㅋ
Bye Bye Autumn.
Not many people noticed that there's this theater that plays movies for children all day long.
So...it just so happened that we went into this building and while we sneaked into the room to see what that was..it turned out to be a movie theater...
So, the kids just sat down there....enjoying a "respite" after a long day of walking in Nami island with flocks of people that could've driven us mad.^^
so. the kids sort of liked it. Oh, they're watching the Lion King..(an alternate version of Lion King, sort of).
Now..take a moment to have a pic, kiddos.