March 12 Thursday left Seattle
March 13 Friday arrived Gimpo Airport, Seoul, South Korea
March 14 Saturday flew from Seoul to Haneda,Tokyo
attended concert of this Jin YiHan dude in the afternoon in Shibuya, Tokyo
flew back to Seoul from Tokyo in the evening
March 15 Sunday Facial, city tour, massage, body scrub, shopping in Seoul
March 16 Monday flew back to Seattle from Seoul
Who does this?
She and I have been friends since May 2000. She is unique and I am quirky so we make sense together. She is the one person whom I don’t feel uncomfortable seeing after not seeing each other for a long time and we can go back to where we left off. We got together last Friday and we did not have any awkward moments whatsoever and we started our non-stop 3-hour conversation as soon as we met in Georgetown.
We went to Pizzeria in Georgetown in Seattle called Via Tribunali. They have 20 descent kinds of pizza and some pasta dishes. We ordered one pizza with prosciutto and mushroom and linguine vongole. To be honest with you, I don’t even remember how they tasted. It must not have been bad because I didn’t notice. I was too busy catching up with her whirl wind, insane travel story and it was way more interesting than the food we ordered. She told me that this trip was her 10- year wedding anniversary gift from her husband, while he stayed behind to take care of his business and their 5-year old daughter. I have no intention to be criticizing their decision. I’d rather embrace how understanding her husband is and how hard Amy works every day by working full-time, being a mom and being a wife at the same time. I guess her mom was so upset hearing Amy was traveling alone and leaving her daughter behind. I understand where her mom is coming from but she should know already by now that Amy is spontaneous, curious and a determined person, which makes Amy so unique and interesting.
So, I have photos of what we ate that night but I don’t have any comments on them. They were good.
Really, who would do this kind of trip? My crazy friend Amy does. I am so glad that I have such an insane friend who makes my life way more entertaining and fun.
Embrace your craziness, Amy. This is a huge compliment.
2 thoughts on “Story of Shotgun Trip to Seoul & Tokyo: over Via Tribunali in Georgetown”
Old friendships are always the best tasting! Reminded me of good times😊
I agree! It’s the best 🙂