On the third day in Jeju, we decided to go horseback riding. Now, I have this thing with horses, I love them but I hate them. I love them because obviously they are so beautiful, but I hate them because they are very stubborn and never listen to me! But everyone wanted to go and I'm a good sport, so I decided to go too. We paid about 50,000 won for 25 mins. It's pretty expensive!!
I got the smallest horse, since I was the smallest in the group. My horse was not happy to have me sitting on it. I was already nervous sitting on this horse because it kept huffing and puffing. Even our guide help on to my horses reigns which was a sign that my horse was not happy at all. It was nice I must say. I haven't been horse back riding in about 15 years. So it was kid of like a new experience for me.
After riding we went a pet some of the horses. I've never seen such sad animals since I came to Korea. The horses seemed so hungry; we were only around to feed one of them carrots are it ate every single one within 3 mins. Plus it was so hot outside and they were all laying around as if they were exhausted.
After horseback riding we went to the beach again. We were there for a few hours, then it started to get cold so we went back to the Jeju hotel. The sauna was amazing! But it started to rain harder so we ended up leaving to get food then headed back to our pension to rest. When we got food we happened to pass a Monkey Beach. I've been to Monkey Beach before in Seoul and had a lot of fun. So we decided to go back there later in the night. This Monkey beach must be the best one in Korea. It is huge! It has a game room, a dance floor, 3 dancing poles, a basketball court, pool table, darts, fooseball table, a water slide, a ball pit and a VIP room. I've never seen a place like this so big, it's like a adults fun house. But it was also very empty but very fun. We decided to push each other in the ball pit at one point and it was a struggle to get out!
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