I know it's cliche to say, "I like long walks on the beach," but it happens to be true. Last Thursday, the sunset was abnormally beautiful, so Aaron and I jumped on Scoot and headed up the mountain, on the island, to get a good view of it. Unfortunately, there are just way too many little homes, stacked one on top of the other, to get a good view of anything from up there! Don't think we didn't try! We took the elevator to the roof of two apartment buildings, but the doors were locked. :(
Sooo... we got back on Scoot and drove to the side of the island, parked, and had ourselves a little walk along the cliff.
Aaron and I have always talked about doing this before we leave Korea. I love the idea of it! Maybe after the wedding when we're DEFINITELY locked together for life!
The beach was tempting us to come down, so we took the 297 steps (yes, I counted) down to meet it.
We both had our cameras with us... What's new?! So, I asked Aaron to sit here and let me practice doing some sunset shots where the lighting it really awkward. I definitely have a lot to learn when it comes to shooting on MANUAL. You really have to know your camera, and what all the different settings are, in order to get a nicely composed shot. I'm still very much in the process of learning all of that.
The sun was setting really fast and the rocks were getting a little hard to navigate through in the dark, so we hurried over to the last stairway on the beach, and made our way back up the 297 stair cliff on the far end of the beach.
There was a little look out point about 3/4 of the way up the cliff. We were shocked, to say the least, at how beautiful the island looked at nighttime, from this spot.
We made it back to the top and started our trek back to Scoot...
but stopped here when we spotted this FREE telescope! You could literally read the restaurant signs and see the people walking, over where the lights are in the background.
... and I could perfectly see the craters on the moon. I'm not sure I've EVER actually looked through a telescope, unless I was really young and just can't remember. It's pretty amazing what you can see with those things.
No Scoot ride is complete without a stop at Serry's! Tonight, she was on her leash, outside, enjoying the perfect weather. As soon as she saw us, she jumped up, tail wagging and barked for us to come closer. Gotta love being loved by a dog. So we sat with her for a while and talked with Emo while we drank our banana milk that she insisted on us taking from her.
Tonight was the perfect little school night adventure!