I packed my bags a night before but still felt like to doing the last minute recheck of my stuff the next day (which is what I have exactly done). I left for the Yeongyongsil Bus Stop at 7:30 in the morning and got at the meeting place (Filipino Community Catholic Center) on time. Liezel picked me up from the center and ushered me to a small street where the Presbyterian Church was located. There I met a number of Filipinas together with their children, some Koreans and the pastor himself.
There was a special for our trip and the lead pastor made sure we were comfortable and provided us both food for the stomach and soul. Our bus rolled at 9am, the sun already beating hard. If anything, it only made us even more eager to be in the water and have the time of our lives.
|I with the fellow attendees|
|Taking picture is a fad here.|
|one of the Presbyterian Churches in |
|Would this be the continuation of the river at the area where we live?|
|Our bus stop is an mecca for expensive stuff lol.|
|My friend Liezel and her son, Soohyun in stripped shrit.|
|the good ol' pastor of the community|
The morning snack (left provided by the church) and egg that Liezel bought from the bus stop.
|This is what I like.. sight seeing.|
|This is what you call color coordination. We got off the bus after an hours drive to have lunch at the canteen near the factory. The food was plenty and absolutely delicious.|
|lunch served. I took a handful of every food they served, including kimchi. We boarded back to our bus after our lunch. Pohwang Beach here we go|
|The Powhang See Beach. Crowded and people just enjoying the water.|
|and what a better way to curve the heat is the lovely and succulent watermelon|
|Good ol' pastor rendering us a song|
|Powhang See to remember|