Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Fish ate our Feet, now we are real Koreans

I have put together a picture show to catch you up on our last few weeks in Korea:

First, Chris and I went to a bar that had a doctor fish bowl where you put your feet in and tiny fish eat the dead skin off your feet.   Yeah, thats normal in Korea.  

Then we went out with our Korean friend John, who studied English at TIEP (where I used to work in Austin).  To help us celebrate our four year anniversary, John took us to Seoul Tower where couples are supposed to attach two locks to a fence, write a message on the locks, and throw the keys off of a cliff. 

This is a picture of Chris throwing his key off the cliff.  Oh yeah, that's the manly man I fell in love with four years ago.

John and I ran into a real live Mexican Mariachi band and I got a chance to practice speaking Spanish.

And finally, we took care of a friend's dog to help fill the void that Honeybucket has left.

Don't be shy, leave a comment!  This means you Grandma!


  1. i heard about that fish eating dead thing skin, does it work?!
    i miss you!
    hi Grandma! (this is erica)

  2. If you just would've asked, I'd've eaten the dead skin off your feet right here in Texas.

  3. Where's Honeybucket? You know I woulda watched her for you- can't have too many kitties.

  4. Emily sold your bikes today to buy some of those fish. Just thought you should know.

  5. Laurita,

    Your blog makes me laugh so hard. Keep it up.


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