Our Korea Experiences

This is an attempt to Pen down travel stories during our stay in South Korea. South Korea with its four distinct seasons and awesome landscapes is a treat to visitor's eyes. Travelling is always fun here due to the hospitality and extremly cooperative people.
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Monday, April 14, 2008

Garden Of Morning Calm

About the Garden of Morning Calm:Achim Goyo (Morning Calm)” comes from the Indian poet Tagore, praising Korea as the country of the morning calm.

For detailed information please check Visit Korea Website.It has all the required detail of how to reach there.

The Garden of Morning Calm
Home Page of the Morning Calm Garden

Many of our friend together decided to visit the famous Garden of Morning calm.We hired a 9 seater Van so that we can all be together and have fun in the vehicle.

Inside the VAN

There was quite a lot of traffic and we reached at around lunch time.After reaching there we had lunch together in the garden.

Lunch time at morning calm garden.

yummy platter.

Usually The garden is dark green every where but since we reached there in mid April, leaves were still not to their full size and many flowers were yet to bloom.

The garden is quite big

Kunjal and Tanvi playing in the green grass.

The cherry blossom trees were yet to blossom.

Beautiful flowers of many varieties.

Kunjal tempted by the tulips.

The Garden looked so colourful due to the variety of flowers.

There was a Indoor Orchid Garden with many varieties of orchids.

Inside the indoor orchid garden.

On the way back we stopped by a cottage beside a stream to have some fun and food.

The kids taking rest.

We made Indian Traditional tea and Pakoda there and enjoyed the moments together with friends.It was kind of drizzling outside.


Blogger jules dakota said...

Beautiful! Thank you for sharing. Namaste, Jules

10:35 PM  
Blogger jules dakota said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing. Namaste, Jules

10:36 PM  

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