Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Gyeongju Summer Trip (part 6): Staying at 펜션 (Pension)
One of the advantages of staying at this kind of pension was the garden or front yard full of things to explore, at least for the kids.
Eyra and Freya ran down the stairs and started to have their hide-and-seek game.
Taken from the 2nd floor veranda, I could see a number of pensions in the neighborhood.
Oh, even mbak Ulfa played along with the kids. Yes..it's around 6.30 and yet..it's still bright. oh, right..it's summer. the sun does not set until around 7.30. So, it means only one thing: we got plenty of time.
This is the corner of the stairs that connect our room with the 1st floor. I think the owner did a good job in 'decorating' its pension.
A view from the door leading to the 2nd floor veranda. Up front were another row of pensions: well, that's why it's called 'Pension Village'
Once again..it's green, yes. But...boy..it's still hot. Summer..gosh..summer. and yet..it's already 6.30..but the heat....
it's a good thing, though that....we managed to enjoy to our fulfillment.
This is the facade of our pension we stayed in.
I just wished that we'd have one of these back here in Seoul.^^
Now..let's take a pose, girls.
the second pose, girls. oh..wait..om Wawan, too. Yeach..once again..I do wish to have this kind of wooden house this posh in Seoul.
With vast front yard for us to play along the whole year...around...
who would not wanna stay in this kind of place?
This is the plus side of having a trip to Gyeongju and staying in a place like this.
A different life from what we have in Seoul, for sure.