I was pretty confident that I could make it to the beach - I drove when we went as a family so I wasn't able to write down "Trish style directions' and it wasn't till the morning of that I had a little bit of anxiety set in. I AM LEADING A CARAVAN OF 5 CARS. For any of you that have ever traveled with me, you know I am not the BEST at directions. I always get there, but sometimes I make a wrong turn and have to do a (cough) 'legal' u-turn.
The drive was going well. I listened to the signs....
I did not fall off a cliff.
In the states most of the time that would not be a big deal, but in Korea, well taking the wrong exit take an extra 15-30 minutes (or more) of your time, and in our case another toll each way which resulted in each car paying an extra 6,000 won. I FELT BAD. REALLY BAD.
We finally made it to the beach, although I figured out we were not at Eurwangni Beach when another friend texted me asking where we were. Oops...we were one beach over. So in reality I have no idea which beach we went to. I FELTED REALLY BAD AGAIN - I sent my friend to the wrong beach, or I rather I went to the wrong beach. Either way, it was wrong. (One thing that made me feel a *tiny* bit better was that my friends that drove on their own took the same WRONG exit as we did...) We never did meet up with our friends that were at the real Eurwangni Beach. :(
Thank goodness for Mojito Man. He saved the day.
I did not take pictures while driving, Michelle took them for me.
The mom's only had 1 drink each, and they were weak.
We are responsible.
That's how we rolll.