Welcome to another week of Travel Photo Thursday. Yikes, it’s December 1st! I can’t believe how time is literally flying. In just seventeen more days I’ll be winging my way to Bangkok to start my winter adventure. I can’t wait to feel some sun on my body and walk on the beach.
This week I’m featuring more shots from my Rural-20 trip of a couple of weeks ago. Remember, the trip that only cost 16,000 Won! Our last stop of the day was at Nongdari Bridge (meaning long bridge). This stone bridge is billed as the longest and oldest in Asia. I have to share with you what was written on our itinerary…
15:30 – 16:00 Watching the Nongdari (Long Bridge) — The longest oldest bridge in Asia; Let’s take a walk this bridge that don’t collapse absolutely, but builted poorly. 🙂
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Making the Crossing
The Hanbok Ladies after “the crossing”
Looking downstream from the bridge at dusk…
Korean gazebo at Nongdari Bridge…
If you are coming to Korea and are interested in the Rural-20 project check out the official website…Rural 20
You never know, you may get to experience the beauty of rural Korea at a fantastic budget price.