Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Lifestyle: Sunday Funday

Soft serve ice cream fittingly consumed in front of the indoor ice-skating rink in Lotte World.

Oh hi there! Sorry for the absence... I've been up to my ears in busy, what with shipping the boy back to Europe, packing and readying for my own trip to Germany, and of course, trying to pack in as many adventure-filled days as possible before my departure. These photos show a recent Sunday Funday I had, and I am not exaggerating when I say it was most definitely the best Sunday Funday I've ever had in my life. It was just jam-packed with adventure! Let's begin.

I jazzed up my black Converse with multicolored stars.

In front of one of the mascots of Lotte World, an indoor amusement park in Seoul.

The entertainment stage. Expect a lot of PSY imitations for, oh, the next five years.

I put my hair in two braids (pigtails) after showering, and when they dried, I took out my braids and brushed it out. Lazy girl waves!

Axel, Yoon, the boy and I made our way to the outdoor area of Lotte World.

Standing in line for the Gyro Swing. Please note my happy face.

Again, take note of my happy face, because it will disappear in three... two... 

...one! Having just realized I'm on a ride, the trepidation kicks in. I used to be a lot gutsier with rides, but as I grew older, I've become aware of the many different, unique ways that one could die.

Falling out of your seat buckle while sideways on the Gyro Swing, for example, would be a pretty terrible way to die.

Falling out upside down would be worse! I like to see where I'm falling, thankyouverymuch!

Gyro Drop. The ride up is the scariest bit of this attraction. It's just 30 seconds of thumpthumpthumping heart as you rise; then, for that half a second when you're suspended at the top, right when you feel your heart is about to explode out of your chest and free-fall down, you drop down at a terrifying scream-inducing speed... and then it's over.

Trying to get that perfect jump.



After riding all the attractions our hearts could handle, and eating our way through the park (why are corn dogs are ALWAYS tastier at amusement parks?!), we went for some blacklight bowling.

Hehe.


I don't remember which score I got, but I THINK I was the second highest ๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ˜‰

After two rounds of bowling, we went for some Mexican-Korean fusion at Vatos. Best. Day. Ever. Must remember to make adventure-filled Sundays the norm!

Oh. By the way, I'm writing this on Blogger on my phone while waiting for take-off. There are crying babies around me and incomprehensible Russian being chattered over my head, but I am sipping on my Starbucks Soy Iced Green Tea Latte while taptaptapping away. Whoops, we've begun to move! I'll see you in another time zone, bebes!


1 comment:

  1. The blacklight bowling looks incredible! I hope I can find something like that over here too! Safe travels :)

    Henar xx

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