Sunday, December 16, 2007

Here I am in Korea

Greetings from Seoul! I've been moving around a lot. Trying to keep up with all my computer gadgets and cameras. Dropped my camera the other day and am now relying on my i phone . yes, I am now an i phone devotee:)

Ancient culture in the midst of modern Seoul


Nothing like spicy Korean barbecue to warm you up on a cold December day!


Trees lit up for the holidays.



Christmas lights around the skating rink in the center of Seoul.



Starbucks is everywhere in Asia, but so are the pretenders - this made me chuckle!



A little local flavor with your Latte'

12 comments:

SugarShop (Dena Rooney-Berg) said...

The Christmas lights are amazing, especially around the ice rink!

http://craftapple.wordpress.com said...

Jealous over here - AGAIN! Korean food is my absolute favorite - eat some extra Kal Bi for me! :o)

Georgia said...

Those trees look amazing - very fairytale-ish.

Joanna said...

What an adventurous life you lead! Sounds like you're having a great time.

joscelyne cutchens said...

I love those pictures! I hope your camera can recover!

Melanie said...

I am impressed that these pictures are from your iPhone! Wow :-) Now I want one even more.

joscelyne cutchens said...

I got my fabric trims today! Yay!!!! I'll check back after I make something fab with 'em!

modkidboutique said...

Your trip sounds fabulous! Thanks for sharing those awesome pictures.

Lisa said...

Ooh! My Ruffle Rac got here today and I can't wait to play with it! Thank you. I will try to have something to show for your generosity soon!

HopHopJingleBoo said...

wow just found your intersting blog! thank you for aharing your delightful pictures of your Asian trips..the pastries look yummy! started reading all your blog.. so guess I better add you to my blog list so can come back to visit!

blop said...

Thank you, thank you...I love my trims! I am sooo going to be in trouble when the entire line comes out!
Thanks so much.

DayDay said...

I happened upon your blog today because I went to a fabric market here in Korea and found a TON of Michael Miller fabrics and fell in love! Found your blog and saw you visited Korea. How funny! Thanks for writing such a great blog!