We have had such wonderful opportunities here in Korea to see things we might not have ever seen on our own thanks to PIEF (Pyeongtaek International Exchange Foundation.) They often plan trips that are open to all foreigners here in the area and many times they are free or at a discounted rate. This trip, we went to the Pyeongtaek Agricultural Technology Development Extension Center in Gyeonggi-do.
It was so exciting and hard watching Amy cosplay as Alice in Wonderland at the MWR Character Breakfast. I just can't believe how much she has changed in the 12 years since she first donned the costume and spent hour long private play sessions at a nearly empty Disneyland.
The best part about this trip was that we got in for free! Occasionally, organisations like the USO and PIEF throw free field trips and in a family this large, we're all about free! We had such a great time hanging out in this zoo and seeing animals that we've never seen before and some that we actually HAVE seen before.
It was a really busy week with Alex's birthday, Alan's baby tooth needing to come out, the ever usual grocery shopping and a new adventure where I learned to make DELICIOUS Bulgogi!
So, last year, we were supposed to go pick someone up at the airport and they were not there to be picked up.
This past November marked the end of the craziest 5 weeks I have endured since high school. I can officially say that I have directed a dual language Disney musical and it was amazing!
We were able to make the trip out to Daejeon and visit a lovely kitty cafe. It was delightful. Read along and watch what happened next.
But, if you've ever been to a place called Castle Park in Riverside, CA back in the 90's you'd see LotteWorld as an amazing treat.