If you’re from the Philippines, you will understand why the title is like that. The idea of snow is exciting for anyone from my country and I always wondered what snow would feel like, they look so nice in photos…so I immediately grabbed the opportunity to pose in them even if it was late at night and temperature was at its lowest. (Not the best move. Lol.)They are pretty but so effing cold!! Hahaha. I had like 8 layers on in this photo. What can I do, I’m a tropical girl at heart. :) The next morning, I woke up to this view outside the breakfast buffet room. Eerily beautiful noh? Pine trees and mountains nearby. After breakfast I strolled around the ski area. Too bad I don’t know how to ski. Maybe next time. :)I wish I were as brave as these skiers. In any case, I just preferred to enjoy the snow. I used to wish for snow in the Philippines but after Korea, I realized I was fine with the tropical weather. It was such a hassle wearing all those layers!
While in the ski area, my friend and I heard “Call Me Maybe” blasting over the speakers so I was like, let’s do a video!!! So we did, and we look stupid, but I had fun so it doesn’t matter. Haha. You can view it HERE. Try not to laugh! :p And here’s my partner in crime, Jams. Miss you beks!
Alas, it was time to say goodbye. :)I will never forget this experience. Welli Hill was so picturesque, just like the rest of Korea and I had so much fun!
My dog Maxx after his first bath. :)
He’s my first pet so everything is NEW to me! Before I do anything, I read about it (A LOT) on the internet because I’m OC that way. Haha. He smells all clean now. Yey! Now how to cut his front paw nails. Hmmm.