화요일, 2월 07, 2006

I've taken a bit of a break from blogging over the (Korean) New Year's break while my good friend from Canada came to visit. For those of you who've never been to a country technically still at war, it must come as a shock to find that we live less than 100km from the ememy lines. While my friend was here, we took him up to the DMZ to see a bit of the action.

We tried our best to keep him out of trouble, but it wasn't easy . . .
(apologies to his mom)

Everything is so much smaller here in Korea!Jonathan wants everyone to know how "special" he is.

Jonathan takes advantage of his "down time" to review his photos.

Striking a meditative pose. (I'm feeling a warm breeze from the North . . .)


Thanks for coming out, Jonathan!

2 Comments:

At 2:16 오후 GMT+9, Blogger Nathan said...

Great post! Was than anywhere near Imjingak? I loved your humor about things being small here!

 
At 3:54 오후 GMT+9, Blogger skindleshanks said...

This was in Goseong county on the east coast. The comment about things being smaller is a bit misleading--the bike in question was a kiddies bike, and my friend is about 210cm.

 

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