A stroll and a KBBQ

After we went to see the fish market, we decided to take a stroll around a big park. On the way we found another of the outside training facilities.
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I have no idea what this does.


Hello, handsome!

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The beach and our hotel on the other side.


The beach we walked is a prime fishing spot.

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We found Koreans hanging out at the beach.



A bug!


I was too busy taking pictures of bugs, so only they went into the cave.

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Then we found a lady selling mussels and things. I think she is one of the famous divers in this spot.

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I was tired, so we went home and changed. It was the day of the brown and black dress 🙂 I’m trying to get better at posing.

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We went into town again

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And found a BBQ place with lots of Koreans in it. Best way to know that it’s good.

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And then we went to a jazz club that one of Ruben’s colleagues had recommended. Jazz is luckily the same all over the globe and we had some nice cocktails while listening. A really good day it was.

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Busan – fish marked

Busan is most known for its fish marked. So we had to go and see.

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Now follows a lot of pictures of dead animals that look strange. First, dried octopus legs.


Then dried small fish in big boxes.


Tiny dries octopi (-puses?)

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No idea what this is, but I think it is for eating.

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More dried feet.


Live mussels.

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Blue mussels on a stick.

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More live animals. All a bit crowded.

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The strangest animal I saw, I think. And why the straw.


A well of possibilities!

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These were wriggling about, very crowded indeed 🙁


And here in a spiky version.


But at this point Ruben and Erik were sick of the smell and I weren’t allowed to take more pictures.


But there was even more on the outside 😉




I wonder how you eat these.


I love how shiny these fish are.

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And this is probably ginseng, produced in Korea.


And then we tried to decide on where to have lunch. Ruben is concentrating on reading the signs in Korean.

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Ready made popcorn, anyone?

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Dreaming of summer and rock festivals

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We drove to this free rock festival just outside Busan in Ruben’s car.

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Erik and Ruben did not plan this.

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They didn’t have light shows, but water shows and there was this big mud pit.

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There was even this firetruck to keep people cool.


Aren’t we pretty?


Cool Korean festival girls.


We used our umbrella for shade.


As we didn’t have a tent…

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I had just bought a new bikini and was very happily matching the two guys.




Mmmm, iced coppi.