Beomeosa Temple – Hiking Trail

November 10th, 2013

From the main hall, there’s a path to the left side of the complex that leads to the woods. There’s a hiking trail through the woods. I didn’t have to go very far into the woods to find peace and tranquility.

IMG_8131 IMG_8133 IMG_8134 IMG_8135 IMG_8137 IMG_8138IMG_8140IMG_8141IMG_8143IMG_8144IMG_8145IMG_8146IMG_8147 If you want to experience the life of the monks at Beomeosa temple, you can try the Templestay program. For more information, this is the link to its website.IMG_8148 IMG_8149IMG_8151IMG_8152IMG_8153IMG_8154IMG_8156IMG_8157IMG_8158What people do in the woods? Having picnic or just drinking with a friend are one of them:IMG_8159

You can try this too, finding quiet moments for your own:IMG_8169IMG_8172IMG_8160IMG_8162IMG_8164IMG_8165IMG_8166IMG_8167IMG_8168IMG_8170IMG_8171

 

It was almost lunch time and I didn’t bring any snacks with me so I didn’t hike very far. I went back to the bus stop but made a stop to drink from the well near the Bell tower. IMG_8174 IMG_8175 IMG_8176 IMG_8177IMG_8180 IMG_8181 IMG_8183 IMG_8184 IMG_8185 IMG_8187 IMG_8189 IMG_8178IMG_8191IMG_8192IMG_8193IMG_8194

From the temple, I rode bus no 90 to go back to the bus station and walked back to the subway station. Next on the list: lunch and shopping time ^_^.20131110_115609

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