[27 Aug 2013: Corrections made for references to wooden massage balls (not chestnuts!) and Anguk station (not Sinchon station) – as spotted by my Seoul travel companion]
Hi everyone! <waves>
Etui Trove is now 10 days old with 7 posts and it’s received 300 views! \ (^ 0 ^) / Of course, this is a tiny nugget for experienced bloggers, but I’m delighted with the results of this little blog which I’ve started while in quarantine with shingles to take my mind off the incessant pain and itching (thankfully it’s starting to subside). I realize I have a lot to learn about writing (names, places, prices), picture taking (camera phones just don’t cut it), and blog promoting (a big thanks to Seoul Eats and the Tripadvisor Seoul Forum) – so the fun’s just starting! 😀 Also hugs to my good friend (who prefers to remain anonymous) who’s been a fantastic travel companion in both Seoul and Tokyo! <biiiiiiig hug!>
This is a final recap of Seoul March 2013 in pictures, before I start off on sharing my Tokyo adventures!
For more North Asia love, check out Kimono Sightings in Tokyo’s Springtime
Or turn your sights over to South-East Asia over at The Nine Emperor Gods Festival & Its Psychedelically Cute Turtle Buns! (○’ω’○)
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