During the last weekend of November, I finally grab my chance to visit the fame paddy fields in Sekinchan which I heard so much about. It certainly didn’t disappoint and I would recommend this place to anyone looking to relax or for photography purpose. The weather forecast said it was going to rain in mid morning but we were presented with a stubborn sun until late evening where it began to shower. It was so warm that I came back with tanned arms as souvenir from my good times at Sekinchan.
After having our brunch at a coffee shop in Sekinchan, we proceed to the paddy field.
Paddy harvester doing their work.
Today day 4 we packed our bags and head to the airport. We’re leaving Jeju (kinda sad) and yet excited for what’s coming next. We departed from Yilin Pension at 7am and reached KT Kumho at 8.25am.
On the way we pumped the car again since the petrol gauge has gone down a bit. We need to return the car back to KT Kumho in full tank. 3.646 litre for 7,000 won. Haha
Okay, let me first show you where we stay in Jeju. It’s at an apartment-like building called Yilin Pension. Yilin Pension is located at Seogwipo, just beside Jeju World Cup Stadium. Tsk I’ve been to Jeju World Cup Stadium in my first trip hence I skip it (in case you’re wondering).
Hey, anyone miss me???
To continue where I left off, after visiting Fo Guang Shan Dong Zen Temple in Jenjarom, we planned for an early dinner in Banting town. Unfortunately the restaurant is closed, so we decide to visit Morib Beach instead which is not far away.
I used to go to Morib Beach a lot when I was really young. My most vivid memory was having picnic with my cousins. Ahh those were the good ole’ times.
Not sure If I’m really getting old or what, my memories keep failing me. I only have VERY faint memory of this monument. It’s like I’m seeing it for the first time.
After spending about 35 minutes at Lord Ard Gorge, we proceed to Living On The Edge walk/park. There are actually 3 walking themes here; Geology (location of Island Archway before it collapses on 10th June 2009 and the Razorback), The Wreck (where Loch Ard Gorge is located) and Living On The Edge.
This is the signboard that we saw at the start of Living On The Edge walk. Ohh so Thunder Cave is like 550m away? Sap sap sui la (easy)
After biding goodbye to the lovely Port Campbell town we drove to Port Campbell National Park.
Here are some of the awesome views along Great Ocean Road.
I stopped the car in the middle of the road and took this picture. The road was practically ours!