Oct. 18, 2014 @ 1:34pm. It was literally an adventure. First off, the travel took us an hour (or more), train transfers of 3 (or more), and missed the bus to Nami Island! You don’t need a detailed instruction on how to get there really. All you need is time – an early wake-up alarm at 6am, breakfast and shower before 7am and out of the dorm before 8am depending on where you are staying. Basically, you need to arrive at the bus station somewhere near Nami before 10am I think.
So what happened was, we arrived at the Bus Station that will take us to Nami Island at a little past 10am. We decided to take the train to the next station and another bus from there, something like that. And finally, we arrived at the dock at around 12nn, hungry and at a loss on what or where to go next. I had to admit I did not do my assignment of research on this one. We just had a list of activities we wanted to do and crammed up on the what about’s the day before we leave.
Ok, so finally we arrived in Nami and it was a perfect 10!
Fresh cold breeze. Green, yellow, red all colors of trees! There were a lot of people – both locals and tourists – when we got there. It was a weekend so it could be the reason why. And the fact that it was the time of the Island’s magical transformation!
Tip: You need to walk around the Island and not stay fascinated at the view from the Island’s entrance.
Well, I would post all my pictures but those are my private memories and you should go there to see for yourself and of course earn your own memories.