[Part 6, concluding my summer travelogue. Having recounted my
my post-employment trip to Beijing, subsequent return flight to
Seoul, I conclude the account of my last 24 hours in East Asia and
the return trip to the US.]
My summer home.
Looking down the road towards Seoul.
My local shopping plaza/supermarket.
Seoul fashion: AF1's for the men, LV for the women.
Seoul storefronts: ads, ads, ads.
I passed this park every day on the way to work in the morning.
Convenience store behind the park behind work.
Toy vending machines.
My former SAT class was having a pizza party to commemorate
the (more or less) successful end of another summer; I dropped by
congratulate them get free pizza.
They stuck with it all summer... veterans.
Joints was crazy, crust all rolled up and filled with
Class ended around noon; I headed back to Mike's
apartment to gather my belongings for the 6:30 PM
flight back to the States.
On the way back, I encountered schoolchildren.
Inside the convenience store.
On the 13-hour flight back to the States, I was seated
next to these young men. We watched Iron Man.
Saturday, October 11, 2008