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September: The Cliffs of Taejongdae

Updated:March 2, 2011

Oh September, such a wonderful month - the crowds from the summer have gone back home, kids are back in school, and the weather is still quite summery. In fact, autumn arrived exactly on the equinox; it was hot and humid one day, rainy the next, and then it was fall - no turning back.

When you live in a big city, you get used to forests high-rise apartments, trails paved with concrete and rivers are nothing more than filthy, stinky canals running beneath the streets. Luckily, Busan has many options for escaping the pollution and the crowds, and the cliffs at Taejongdae are probably my favorite option.




After months of craziness, it felt really good to rest my eyes on that scene.




Of course, it is still the city after all, but at least it's not like the crowds at Haeundae, right?




"Hey, what's up?"




Christi: 1, City Life: 0. That's "Victory!" to you!
(Or something like that...)




"Okay... another picture. Whatever..."
(this one's for "peace")




Those are some really cool trees.
Yeah,yeah - lot's of pictures of the same thing.
Maybe we've been in Korea too long?




Reflections...




Photos compliments of the awesome Brian.


A video of the scene at Taejondae. I am still amazed by those buses! Oh, Korea...



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2010

2010


January
  • 26: Christi Gets Ready For Korea

    February
  • 8: Theme Party & Tet Festival
  • 20: Camping on Flatiron & LA

    March
  • 10: Tauru in the Desert
  • 14: Christi Arrives in Korea
  • 21: Christi Getting Acquainted

    April
  • No Update

    May
  • 1: Baseball in Korea
  • 10: Girls' Weekend in Korea
  • 25: Fishy, Fishy

    June
  • 1: Tauru's "Taxi Driver" Moment
  • Month: Christi's Sand Castles & Soccer

    July
  • Month: A Weekend in Gwangju

    August
  • Month: Busan Beaches

    September
  • A: The Cliffs of Taejongdae
  • B: Bujeon Market
  • C: Jangsan Mountain
  • D: Andong Mask Dance Festival

    October
  • Month: Festivities & Festivals in Korea

    November
  • No Update. Tauru Arrives in Korea

    December
  • Month: A Little Buddhist Kimchi
  • 4: Tauru & Christi in Korea
  • 14: Mushrooms
  • 21: Baking X-mas Cookies