FC: Korea HeritageTour 2012
1: Holding babies at Eastern Welfare Society. I want a Baby Brother !!!
2: On the way to the top of the Seoul Tower...Riding the bus...walking up the HUGE hill. No problem I've been here before (when I was 4 and 6 months old) This is MY CITY !!!!
4: The Changdeokgung Palace was built in 1405 by King T'aejong. Thirteen of Korea's Kings have lived here for a total of 270 years. The Palace grounds cover over 110 acres.
6: Shopping !!!! Shopping and more Shopping!!!! So many things to buy and so little money and time to get them all.
7: The Chair!!! | Eastern Welfare Society. The place it all started. We Spent a lot of our time here as babies!!! All babies have placement pictures taken on "the Chair" and sent to their waiting adoptive parents.
8: Visiting our Foster Moms. One of the Highlights of the trip.
9: Visiting a Junior High in Seoul. I wonder how much time the girls would have spent in the "self-examination room"? (AKA detention)
11: BONDI BEACH is one of Australia's most famous beaches and among the world's most well-known beaches. The beach is roughly a kilometer long and is located on the east coast of Australia and is a suburb of the city of Sydney. | NorthKorea
12: Korea Food !
13: Great new friends
15: 2002 FIFA World Cup Stadium In Sangam-dong Seoul, Korea
16: Gyeongbokgung Palace | Built in 1394 The grandest and oldest Palace of the Joseon Dynasty
17: Julia our incredible tour guide
18: The Thiessen's learn Korean Culture!!
20: More Culture
22: Sokkuram Grotto One of Korea's best-known temples. It houses a granite statue of Buddha
23: AUSTRALIA | A wonderful afternoon at Esther's home children's orphanage
24: Tongdosa Temple, one of the largest temples in Korea . We saw a Buddhist service
31: Busan Korea's principal port city
32: the Busan Tower
34: The Mayor of the Sodaemun district in Seoul presenting Honorary Citizenship to all the adoptees
37: Time to say goodbye to a beautiful country, Korea | 7 July 2012