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Korea Spring – Jeju Island Day 2 – Orange, Starbucks

On the 1st night in Jeju, we bought some instant noodles from CU (a convenience store that is almost everywhere) and cooked it (well, someone cooked it, I helped to scoop water out..). Some liked it watery, I didn’t. Then someone said should have scooped the noodles out to avoid them absorbing too much water. Different people, different taste. Even though noodles mentioned MILD – they are pretty spicy. Coffee from CU is around 2000 Won, including Starbucks ones.

We cooked instant noodles w didn't use one of the seasoning, each packet has thick seasoning #instantnoodles

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The place where we stayed in Jeju – the host family has a sweet, gentle dog that just gave birth to 8 puppies 3 days ago (give or take 4 days). In the morning, she would come to our room’s door to greet us. :*

Good morning! Doggie came wagging to greet us on a drizzling morning 👋 #cutedog #goodmorning #jeju

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She took me to the garden and then to the doggie house where her puppies are.

Come, take you to the garden #cutedog #jeju

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#cutedog #jeju

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This is where we stayed. It’s very near Jeju Folk Village but really far from other attractions. It’s a quiet place with clean air, sleep with mattress on the floor (can adjust warmth temperature) and there is no sink to wash face. Instead, there is a basin in the bathroom/toilet – it’s the way Kings wash face, according to our host. Roads are dark in Jeju, so our driver (1 of us) had to be really careful – especially since Koreans drive on the right. Most left lane = slow.

Airbnb accommodation in Jeju, at the traditional village area #airbnb #jeju #travel #korea #traditional

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From the Jeju Folk Village, we went to the West. On the way, we passed by a road that had nice view of Hallasan Mountain and there were 2 kiosk stalls – selling snacks and coffee. The pics for the mountain are still in camera.. This cheese egg bread is tasty ;)

#coffee #bread #cheese #butter #egg #jeju #travel #korea #truckfood

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Somewhere along the journey in Seogwipo, 1 of us shouted, “ORANGE SHOP!” So we stopped to get some. It has a cute, friendly puppy chained outside :( I wondered if it felt cold because I felt it was windy (around 13C). There was no water.. Hope it was just temporary and the puppy was being cared for.

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Cute puppy 🐶

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🐶 #cutepuppy #chubby #jeju

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💞#cutepuppy #dogplay

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Then we passed by Starbucks and had to U-turn here. This building has colourful flowers:

♥ #colourfulleaves

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Not sure if I got the location right, it's near Starbucks #jeju #travel #korea

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Starbucks in Jeju Jungmun DT – I love the outdoor concrete and photos hanging outside. Feels refreshing. The place was practically empty.

Like the outdoor art very much 🍃 #starbucks #jeju

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The desserts inside:

Desserts

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View

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Further down the road just a bit, saw the prettiest cone by the roadside!

The prettiest cone award goes to… 🌻#cone somewhere here

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This is next to e-sth seafood restaurant.

Lots of big rocks in Jeju

🔶#seogwipo somewhere here

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