wanderlust; strong desire for or impulse to wander or travel and explore the world
I have been dying to travel since forever. I guess I got this from my late father as my late father love to travel and shopping. (ikr..) haha. So to be able to experienced it first hand is the most exciting part ever.
After three exciting and wonderful day in Jeju-do, we then headed to Seoul. The capital city of the country. From peaceful countryside to hustle bustle of the city. Seoul is so busy I can’t even imagine staying here. Like KL you know. Everyone rushing to get something done quickly and early. It’s good but sometimes it becomes too crowded. You don’t even notice the beauty it has to offer.
Gyeongbukgong Palace is located in the middle of the capital city, Seoul. It is incredibly huge and every single area is beautiful. If only it was full bloom. The architecture is pretty as it was not my forte, but I love their hanok style. Traditional but still excellently preserved.
Unfortunately, on my visit that day, it was raining. I have to come back to explore this palace. It was beautiful and it was such a waste to not exploring it. If you happen to be there, go check it out.
Exactly a month ago, I was at the most beautiful island I have ever been. I love the peacefulness this island had to offer. Everyone is so calm compared to the hustle bustle Seoul. Though it is three times larger than Seoul, peoples here are less packed and not rushing at all.
Manjanggul Lava Cave just made me awe with its beauty and natural formation. With 1km length, you can see the different shape of this cave that occurred due to volcanic flow. You got a high ceiling, lowered ceiling, wide pavement and all. If you happen to be in Jeju, give this place a try. You will definitely love it.
Besides, just opposite of this attraction, you can give it a try at the maze garden. We were the loser unfortunately, because we stranded inside the maze for a good photography session and experiencing getting lost. hehe.
It was a beautiful morning. Start up with a little bit of sweat as we hike the sunrise peak. So cold and windy. I love everything about that morning. And I pray Allah grant me a chance to waking up to this view again in the future. I really don’t mind!
The hike was worth it. At times I will stop to catch up my breath and look around to inhale this beautiful view and surrounding. We were a bit late to catch a very beautiful sunrise, but I am grateful with what we managed to watch. Seongsan sunrise peak is formed by hydro volcanic eruptions that occurs decades ago. You must try to hike this when you are in Jeju.
Once a year, go some place you’ve never been before- Dalai Lama
Last year, I stumbled upon a promotion on instagram about travelling to Jeju and Seoul with only RM 90 as a booking fee. Scored! It was a reckless three second decision and last week, we conquered Korea! It was my first spring experience, my first overseas trip ( InsyaAllah many to come ) and hold a special meaning in my travel experiences.
Our adventures start as early as 1 am as our flight to Incheon International Airport is scheduled to depart at this hour. Safely arrived at 8 am and our flight to Jeju is scheduled to depart at 12.30 pm Korea time. Had our first taste of banana uyu, the famous Korean beverages. After all the travel, we were finally arrived at this beautiful beach. This beach has been my desktop wallpaper for months. It feels so surreal to be there! I am beyond grateful for this, Alhamdulillah!
Jeju-do is beyond amazing. Mother nature at it’s best I must say. It was a volcanic island with a lot to explore. Crystal clear water in different shape, wind blows through the ocean, picture squared location, it was beyond belief. My three days there is certainly not enough and I long to go again, InsyaAllah. I am blown away by the culture, the peaceful city and obviously their fresh food. Writing this really bring back memory while being there.