Wife Gone, Feeling Single! . . . Not.
Sun-Ae is taking a month off to conquer South America with three Korean friends, one of whom lives there - in one of those countries straddling the equator, I think. If I recall, the country is called "Aguador" because the water there can't decide whether to drain clockwise or counter, so it just backs up and floods the whole country. Anyway, Sun-Ae took this bus yesterday morning:
Not all the way to the S.A., of course, just to the airport (see the word AIRPORT in all caps on the bus window nearest us onlookers). Here (pace Heraclitus) is the same bus from the front:
This is the most dangerous part of her trip - braving Korean highways! Travel mercies! (She made the airport trip successfully, by the way.) One last photo, depicting the "unbearable lightness of being" - borne not only by the one traveling, but also by the one left behind:
Like ghosts, we scarcely exist at all! In case you are wondering, that image is our reflection in one of the bus stop shelter's glass walls, which was displaying an ad for Art Decaux. Yes, "Decaux," not "Deco."
I wonder what they meant . . .
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