Probably thinking on what caption should I write for my next post 🥝
Maybe in the future I will share more on the travel stories as I've been travelling a lot and will be traveliing some more, in every way possible, maybe some tips on how I travel quite frequently so you guys can benefit a little bit from it, sharing is caring right? 😘
But first I really need to finish on my lasik update and spill all the juicy detail like how much is the price, how is the vision now one month post surgery and all that stuff 🍉
But lets just at least admire this beautiful view of Jusangjeolli cliff with natural formation of hexagonal rock that forms from lava erosion from Hallasan mountain for a moment shall we?
(Apparently, peanut ice-cream is a popular Jeju-do dessert and I finally succumbed to the temptation of trying one when we visited the Jusangjeolli Cliffs yesterday. I suppose it tasted okay. The texture of the ice-cream was a bit too watery and bland for my liking but at least the peanuts were crunchy!) .
Jusangjeolli Cliffs is one of the popular tourist hotspots around Jeju Island. The huge blocks of black rocks scattered all over the ocean are actually volcanic rocks that formed when Mount Hallasan erupted over centuries ago. Our guide, Rya, told us that the volcano is no longer active, thankfully.
I honestly can't get over how blue the waters here are! They're so calming to watch.
“Look around you. How many people do you think are settling? Probably a hell of a lot. People settle into okay relationships, okay jobs, okay friends, and an okay life. Why? Because okay is comfortable. Okay pays the bills and provides a warm bed at night. Some people are fine with okay, and guess what? That’s okay. But okay is not thrilling, it isn’t passion, it’s not life changing or unforgettable. Okay is not the reason you risk absolutely everything you’ve got for the smallest chance that something absolutely amazing could happen.” -unknown -Do what you really love, not to please anyone, but to please yourself. 📸: @ibtisam_eptisam
Jusangjeolli Cliff in Jeju Island, South Korea 🇰🇷 is the effect of the lava from the Hallasan Mountain that erupted years ago. What is so impressive about these rock formations is that they are perfectly hexagonal for the most part, almost appearing handmade.
For a 30 minutes drive from Seogwipo, you get to see one of the most geologically interesting sight to behold with an entrance fee of 2,000 Won per adult. Summer is not recommended to go since it would be raining nonstop. ☔️