Hi, everyone! My name is Toby, and as my mom likes to say, I’m nothin’ but trouble.😎
I am a Netherland Dwarf rabbit (so I’m super small), but don’t let my size fool you. Everyday my grandma or grandpa makes my breakfast (right now my mom is in South Korea). My breakfast consists of my daily supply of unlimited hay, a small handful of Oxbox adult rabbit pellets, and a bowl of my favorite veggies.
I love basil but grandma won’t give it to me everyday, so I throw a fit! If I don’t get what I want, I throw my hay all over the place until I am satisfied with the mess I have made.
I am what you call a free range bunny, which just means the whole house belongs to me. Just the other day, I decided that grandma’s favorite flip flops were my chew toy. Unfortunately, grandma caught me and I could not complete my destructive mission (I will succeed one day!). Recently, I have decided to make the fireplace my new home which did not make grandma happy. I don’t care though! I like to run around after I get out of the fireplace and leave my cute paw prints all over the house.
Despite being a little brat, I am still very sweet. Everyday I go to mom, grandma, and grandpa to get my morning and night lovin’. I love to chase grandpa around the house and pretend I didn’t do anything when he sees me. Everyday is an adventure with my family.
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On Thursday the 23rd of May, we went to the Dondaemun History Museum which we found by accident. The museum is fairly small, but it is very informational and offers some extremely beautiful views of the wall surrounding what was once Seoul in the Joseon Dynasty. Just outside the museum, there is a course you can walk that is one of the four courses included in the length of the wall.
If you are someone who enjoys hiking, we highly recommend this for your first hike in Seoul. There are many hills and rocks, and there is no formal trail, but the greenery and the local wildlife make it a worthwhile trip.
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2019년 1월 16일 토론토를 거쳐 아틀란타 까지 무려 14시간이 넘는 여정을 혼자 떠났다. 정확히 패리스가 한국을 떠난 후 25일 만에 보러가는 날이었다. 홀로 이렇게 긴 비행을 하는건 처음이기에 조금 긴장도 하고 떨렸지만, 비행은 생각 외로 재미있었다.
Jan. 16th 2019 I left Korea by myself togo to ATL via YYZ, and it took about 14 hours. It had been about 25 days since Paris left Korea. It was my first time to fly that far by myself, so I was a little nervous, but the flight was pretty fun.
계속해서 보이던 태평양이 끝나고 육지가 보여서 금방 착륙 하겠지 했지만 3시간은 더 걸렸던 것 같다. 가운데 사진은 토론토에서 영어로 주문하기 무서워서 손가락으로 가리킨 음료인데, 맛이 괜찮았다. 그렇게 2시간 정도 토론토에서 기다렸다가 아틀란타로 가는 비행기에 올랐는데 운좋게 업그레이드를 받아서 매우 편하게 갔었다. 마지막 사진은 하늘에서 보았던 아틀란타의 야경인데, 매우 새로웠고, 가슴이 뛰었다.
When the pacific ocean dissapeared from my view, I thought I had arrived in Toronto. However, much to my dismay, more than 3 hours since the plane left the pacific ocean, we had still not reached Toronto. The second photo is the beverage I ordered in Starbucks in YYZ. When I ordered that beverage, I was worried about my english skills, so I just pointed at a random beverage and that was the result (It was tasty :)).
패리스는 사진에서와 같이 예쁜 얼굴을 하고 왔지만 나는 오랜 비행으로 인해 매우 지쳐 있었다. 여하튼 공항에 마중을 나와준 패리스와 패리스 친구(Jordanna and Jeremy)와 함께 ‘칙폴레’ 라는 미국 프렌차이즈에 가서 매우 늦은 저녁을 먹었다. 머무는 내내 칙폴레를 찾았다. 그리고 그 앞에 난쟁이 집이라는 테마로 작은 문이 있었는데 마지막 사진을 통해 그 문의 크기를 실감할 수 있을 것 같다. 이후에 잠은 공항 주변에 있는 ‘라퀸타 호텔’을 갔는데 정말 편안하게 숙면을 할 수 있었다.
As you guys can see, Paris was pretty, but I was tired because of the long flight. Anyway, we went to ‘Chick-Fil-A’ with Paris’ friend (Jordanna and her husband Jeremy), it was so tasty and then I kept trying to visit ‘Chick-Fil-A’ for the rest of my time in the US. There was a Dwarf house, and the picture above is that place. After the wonderful dinner we slept in ‘La-Quinta’, and the hotel was really nice.
새벽에 잠에서 생각보다 일찍 일어나서 패리스랑 같이 처음으로 미국 맥도날드에 가서 햄버거는 안먹고 커피를 마셨다. 점원이 상당히 무서웠는데, 아직도 기억이 생생하다. 그리고 호텔에 돌아와 조금 쉬었다가 조식을 먹었는데, 진짜 맛있었다. 그리고 마지막 사진은 개인적으로 진짜 마음에 드는 사진인데 말괄량이 삐삐 같은 느낌의 패리스를 볼 수 있어서 마음에 드는 것 같다.
Due to the time differences I didn’t slept well, so Paris and I went out to Mac-Donald’s to get some coffee. (The clerk was really scary and rude). After that we came back to the hotel, and we ate a breakfast, it was tasty; especially the sausage! In the last picture you can meet the living Pippi Longstocking! Personally, my favorite photo!
모두 다 준비를 마친 후 조지아 아쿠아리움에 갔다. 아쿠아리움은 정말 컸었는데 그 안에 다양한 프로그램이 준비되어 있어서, 가족 단위 그리고 학교에서도 상당히 많이 오는 듯 했었다. 아쿠아리움에서 태어나서 처음으로 해마를 보았는데 진짜 신기했다. 나뭇가지 생긴게 살아서 움직이고 할 일은 다 한다는게 정말 신기했었다. 아쿠아리움을 돌아다니면 수중터널을 지나게 되는데 거기서 진짜 큰 상어도 보았다. 진짜 거대해서 조금 깜짝놀랐지만 멋있었다. 마지막으로 돌고래쇼도 처음 봤는데 진짜 신기했다.
After we had prepared for the day, we went to the GA. Aquarium! The aquarium was gigantic and it had a great many of variety of programs, because of this, there was a lot of school field trips and family travelers. In the aquarium I saw a sea horse for the very first time in my whole life, it was awesome! There is a sea tunnel and we can see big sharks and whales. Lastly, we saw the dolphin show, and it was awesome.
다음으로는 바로 옆에 있는 코카콜라 박물관에 갔다. 코카콜라 박물관은 정말 신기했다. 세계의 거의 모든 탄산음료를 그곳에서 맛볼수 있었고, 다양한 굿즈도 구경할 수 있었다. 중간 사진을 자세히 들여다보면 한국어로 된 간판을 볼 수 있다. 먼 타국에서 한국말 간판을 본다는게 신선한 감정을 가져다 주었었다. 또한 박물관에 가면 흔히 있는 박물관의 마스코트가 있었는데, 코카콜라 박물관의 마스코트는 우리 모두가 추측할수 있듯이 ‘백곰’이다. 하지만 이 백곰은 뭔가 사람을 잡아먹을 것 같이 생긴 무서운 백곰이였다. 하지만 그래도 미국에 왔으니까 기념사진 하나 정도는 찍었다.
After the aquarium we went to the Coca-Cola museum. The museum was new experience for me, because we can taste all the new flavors of Cola. Also, we went to shop at the gift shop. If you thoroughly look at the middle photo, you can find a Korean sign which says ‘코카콜라’, and that was very refreshing for me. Whenever we went to the museum or some famous place, we met their mascot, the mascot of the Coca-Cola museum was a bear. However, the bear in the museum was not cute but scary.
In February of 2019, Subin and I went to Fukuoka, Japan. We stayed there mostly because, well we’re college students with little to no money (haha, no really though). So to start off, if you’re looking for a beautiful, serene, and minimal expense vacation, for the most part in our experience, Fukuoka is that place. The area shown here (in the photos above), is just outside out of our Agoda rental, which is about 20 minutes away from downtown Fukuoka. This area has a lot to offer, including beautiful sights, quiet walking areas, and a few large discount shopping stores.
I don’t know about you guys, but Subin and I are HUGE fans of tempura. The first picture (to the left), is a tempura restaurant we went to just across the intersection from our rental. The restaurant is called Tempura Hirao Harada shop, I highly recommend stopping by here if you have the time. The second picture (to the right), is from a restaurant called Ichiban Steak, which is located in downtown Fukuoka. Ichiban steak is highly reviewed and was even on a Korean TV show. At this restaurant you are able to chose from many styles of beef, and then once you choose which style you like best, you chose your combo. Each combo includes rice and a coleslaw salad, but you decide what vegetables are included in your combo.
Dazaifu Temple is one of the most interesting and beautiful places we went to in Japan (but man were there a lot of people). There were so many worshipers and tourists, that we actually couldn’t get any closer than we did in the picture (which personally I was okay with because it was so hot, haha). The main temple itself is actually fairly small, but there is a large walkway with many historical themed restaurants and cafes, including the coolest Starbucks I have ever seen (Starbucks will be pictured below). If you walk a little past the temple, there is a beautiful cherry blossom garden, which we spent about two hours walking through just because of how beautiful it was.
If you decide to walk through town from the temple, there are some beautiful rural sites worth seeing. This is in a neighborhood we passed through, and we just thought it was so unique looking we had to snap a photo.
Okay guys, this is it for now! There will be more about Fukuoka because we have so much to share. Do you have any fun travel destinations? Share them, we would love to read what you have to say! Thanks for visiting our blog, see you next time.