Friday, April 21, 2017

Jeju Island Day 6 on Bromptons (The Last Stage)

Good morning Sehwa, it is a small community and before we resume our ride to Jeju City for the final stage we decided to go out for breakfast and visit a museum.
A small hypermarket and a survey in the inside of the mart.
There is limited place serving breakfast and would one is open or not for business. After a couple of checking and peeping we found this one, the stewed pork bone soup was awesome. It's kind of our Malaysian Bak Kut Teh and a big Thumb-Up.
This is the super yummy "Bak Kut Teh" the broth was simply delicious, another special Korean delicacy we found by accident.
A delicious ramen dish and one can tell that this neigbourhood seldom have foreigners patronising the shops but they are friendly and helpful.
One of the few exhibits seen outside cafes.
The outdoor of Haenyeo Museum at Gujwa- eup (GPS : 33.523318, 126.862895). This monument is to commemorate the hero whom sacrificed their lives during the Japanese Occupation.
First puncture encountered by Jo.
Goodbye Manjo Stay @ Sehwa we were please with your hospitality and thank you.
One of the many areas with these windmill turbines seen along the journey.
Another mural on haenyeo women divers.
 Woljeong-ri Beach is known for its scenery, tranquil white sand and beautiful emerald ocean. A stretch of cozy and beautiful cafes align the streets. GPS : 33.556576, 126.801090
Zuyi forgot his bag, it was left on the bench untouched and had to ride back another 4 km to pick to recover it. Thank goodness it was still there.
Korea Institute of Energy Research @ GPS : 33.564376, 126.774303 the Korean are working on marine energy and its potential. Let's think hard!
The ultimate mission, the last at no.10 stamping booth and we were done. Jeju Fantasy Bicycle Path.
Here you are and we got you, Hamdeok Seoubong Beach, the last booth and mission accomplished.
Hamdeok Beach is famous for its clean and shallow water, attracting many visitors during summer vacation. The beach offers great scenery with its emerald-blue water, an arched bridge over black basalt and a red lighthouse.
I guess these Koreans were cleaning the beach... isn't it or everyone can tell me what is the significant of this statue.
We make it! and we are near completion, one at Hamdeok Beach.
We checked in to this motel at this address and tomorrow we will see more of Jeju City.
A short walk from the motel and we found a quiet shop that serves delicious meal.
Once again well done to the team for successfully completing the loop safely. Special congratulation to Lynn and Zuyi for doing it the first time and I hope you will continue to cycle.
A video clip of Day 6

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