Sofa Set in the Street of Icheon

Seriously I need a break, I need a break from blog hopping what I mean Entrecard dropping.  Since I decided to add my two blogs in entrecard I am dropping cards over time,  my schedule  is in the afternoon or evening I am going to dropped using my two new cards, then in the evening my travel or personal blog plus  visit also my friends on my link exchange. Well its reshuffle sometimes my personal in the afternoon, I need a break right now because I want to watch few TV shows, so see you folks later…Hehe, drama!

But for sure I can’t take a break because while watching I can stop my hands from opening a new tab, haha. But before that this my share of red for Tuesday, taken after gym. This are still good looking chairs, sofa set or sala set but they are already thrown by owners, so if you want one picked your choice.


Korean throw anything in the street as long as they don’t need it, not like us me Pinoys we keep holding on to them which is sometimes for display. There are times you can see a good looking cabinet in the street, it really looks like brand new and when a truck came they will just tore it down. Sayang!

My husband kept telling teasing me that I should picked the green one because he knows how I want to have a relaxing chair inside our apartment, we don’t buy things, furniture and etc., here because we’re not going to live here for a lifetime plus our stay in one apartment depends on his work contract, so if he got  a new job it means new apartment.  So carrying just two big back pack is a relief.,

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White Day Gym

Yesterday was White Day Celebration here so most of the stores has a bag, box of chocolates, candies and teddy bears. This is what I have received yesterday from Pookie bear and as usual from his students, kids.
Most of you know I suffered or had a back pain for almost one week, despite the pain I still go to gym not to work-out but just to fool around err I mean to be the spotter. When Pookie bear told me to come with him as spotter, my first reaction “Spotter? Are we going to play billiards?” Lol,  he gets annoyed again to me correcting him when I know between the two of us I am not the native English speaker. So if you also don’t know like me in weight training, a spotter will assist someone lifting a weight for safety – so I helped  and assisted him when he used heavy dumb bells or barb bells.
Due to I can’t work around the gym, I enjoyed myself taking photos on my own little ways, just lucky that the gym is not busy because it is too early.

Yesterday I am able to work-out again because I already feel better.
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Me and My Story at Travel3Sixty Magazine

Hi guys guess what this is the surprised I am talking about the other day on my old post, I am featured!  Duh, Ows? Am I serious? Well yes as a matter of fact you can see the evidence below, hehe.  I just received it today. Anyway this is what I like in flying and traveling … I am able to share stories and places I have visited to my dear readers through my travel blog The Traveler’s Journey
Travel 3Sixty is an in-flight magazine of AirAsia, so if you are inside AirAsia plane right now you might stumble to my face err I mean story. 

I have submitted my story around January and Mr. Rajendra the editor of this magazine replied to me that he want my story to be featured on March issue, so here is it. I won  AirAsia E-Gift Voucher RM100  together with a hard copy of Travel3Sixty magazine.

Thank you to Mr. Rajendra, Ms. Fazlina Bee, Travel 3Sixty staff and AirAsia Family!
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Korea is celebrating Samiljeol today!

Today is holiday here in Korea to celebrate Samiljeol, it is the national holiday commemorating the March 1 Independence Movement of 1919 when Korea stood up against Japan’s colonial rule. 

So if you’re going to walk outside you can see Korean flag in every post along the street. Photo below was taken last night when we go to the gym.

As it is holiday today Pookie bear and I decided to go to the gym this afternoon but when we arrived in the gym it is closed. So no choice but to return home, along home I took another photo of Korean flag it is along our neighborhood. Two houses has a flag on their gates.,
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Christmas Poser

This is just a quick post, I just wake up and  I am on hurry but I still manage to blog. Lol, I am going to Seoul today to pick-up our passport hopefully with visa to Bangladesh. They only have one hour pick-up time so hopefully I can make it on time.

Anyway here’s my recent photo taken in Itaewon subway, there’s  a small place for posers along the corner and I take chance to have one.


Blue Monday Instructions

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Street in Korea at night

Just feeling lazy today. I have remember its Tuesday today and the day for redness as in the color of love and not war. I browse the files of my photo and this is what I see, a red car in the street. Our neighbor owns it, not us. At late  night here in Korea it is normal to see a lot of cars and vans park in the side street. It is not very late when I took this photo that’s why there’s only few cars parked. Maybe the people are still at work or having a good time drinking soju, Korean beer.

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I ♥ Chocolates

Everybody loves chocolate and I am one of those. As of now this is my favorite chocolate not just because it is cheap but it is yummy and creamier. W300 ($0.27) per piece.

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Juan Tamad and the guava tree

Happy Tuesday everyone! Second day to blog once again, you know the tale of Lazy John? If you don’t know I am just going to tell a little part of the story..,

…When Lazy John or commonly known as Juan Tamad in Philippines comes upon a guava tree bearing ripe fruit. Being too lazy to climb the tree and take the fruit, he instead decides to lie beneath the tree and let gravity do its work. There he remained, waiting for the fruit to fall into his gaping mouth but the bird  eat the ripe guava before it fall to Juan Tamad’s open mouth…

 Anyway this is not guava fruit but a pomegranate,  a fruit-bearing deciduous shrub or small tree growing to between five and eight meters tall. It is mostly native to the Iranian Plateau and India. It has been cultivated in the Caucasus since ancient times. It is widely cultivated throughout Iran, Afghanistan, India and other neighboring country.
I don’t know what kind of flower is this (below) it looks like aslip fruit.


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The big red lantern

Today is Tuesday, and its the day for redness. Love and not war, ruby and not stones. So here’s my entry for today, a big red lantern hanging at the front of Dongyue Temple, Beijing China. We went here on our first day, we just walked my husband says it is just three kilometers from our hotel not included if we are going to be lost. In God’s grace we found the temple and we are not lost but we took the longer route, we crossed a lot of intersection. We found it our when we took a taxi after visiting the temple, so much fun under the sun.

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Red Maple Tree

When I was still a little kid, my knowledge is limited to what I learned from school , on what I see around me and at our home.  All I know leaves  has only one color and that is green, but when I grow older and can now walk within a miles I discover a lot of things, leaves or plants is not just green in color, there’s read, brown, yellow and a lot more.
Here’s red maple tree as an example, its leaves is red and not green.  This tree is one of the most common and widespread deciduous trees of eastern North America. It ranges from the Lake of the Woods on the border between Ontario and Minnesota, east to Newfoundland, south to near Miami, Florida, and southwest to east Texas. Many of its features, especially its leaves, are quite variable in form. At maturity it often attains a height of around 15 m (50 ft). It is aptly named as its flowers, petioles, twigs and seeds are all red to varying degrees. Among these features, however, it is best known for its brilliant deep scarlet foliage in autumn.
I first saw this leaf, in Canada’s national flag. 

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