I am writing on the train from Seoul to Busan. My friends are sleeping, and I am trying not to.
Seoul-Busan way is covered with a beautiful snow blanket, I don’t want to miss it, but it’s quite hard to stay awake since it has an uber calming effect (maybe instead of the beach sound, we should invest in snow painting). I will write to you, that way I can also enjoy the snow.
We left Seoul this morning, and I kind of wish we have more time there. Three nights were not enough for Seoul. There are still many things to see, coffee shops to chill out at, and beauty freebies to get. I consoled myself that at least we have covered all the important ones. Vi did her shopping at Myeong-dong, Yin got to see the palace, and I went to Ssamziegil. The only thing that I didn’t get the chance to do was to meet Bri from Chai &Bri. We planned to meet up, but unfortunately, it didn’t happen. It would be tots neat if we had, maybe next time, Bri?
I am going to make use of the iPad mini I got for Christmas (from myself because I think myself is awesome and deserves it and myself agree with it) to do blogging stuff (writing, posting, photo editing, stalking and bloggers envying) which was the main reason I get it, that and to see a bigger version of the cakes in Bakery Story.
It feels cool to publish a post from a train. I love to train. If possible, I would travel exclusively by train because why not? The train is like moving room service to your next destination. I need to sleep, eat (food delivered by pushcart), be cute and maybe whip a blog post, like now, because KTX has Wifi. Not bad, Korail. Not bad at all.
I often wonder if there are train tycoons and if yes, do their kids inherit the trains? Can normal people buy a train? I totally would.