Currently in zombie mode working in an event on-site. Haven't had much sleep but I also have so much content to share so nothing should hold that back. The world doesn't stop for anything or anyone as I posted on instagram and so I should move along too, right? So yeah, let's take you back to the pleasant days that we spent in Seoul.
Hi ya'll! Today begins my sporadic postings as I'm currently working on an event and mostly onsite doing whatnot. I'm trying my best to still live a life outside work and that means putting in time for this corner of cyberspace too but it's proving to be rather difficult. Still, I'm being positive so here's to getting my shit together no matter what.
Our first day in Seoul was pretty much what you would expect first-time visitors like ourselves would do. Truth be told, Penguin and I are not the touristy kind of people whenever we travel; always opting to explore the more local spots; staying in apartments rather than cheap hotels where the tourist attractions are. But after researching prior to our trip, I found that there really isn't much touristy places in the city, at least not compared to it's older brother that is Tokyo; so we decided to take on most of them on Day 1.
Just got back in Macau from Seoul and the post-travel syndrome begins. I seriously don't feel like coming back yet and if it was up to me, I'd still be out there somewhere. But you know, adult duties calling and I gotta answer.
Annyeong, guys! Checking in from Seoul where I currently am in our AirBnB, nursing a sore back and feet from walking all day. There's so much to see out here we're literally running everywhere to make the best use of our time. That's also my reason for posting a little later than usual. We usually head out really early and go back to our place really late that by the time we're done, I'm dead tired and just ready to doze off. But not making that excuse tonight.