The next day was the last full one before my trip back to Seoul. When we woke up in the morning the weather was lovely with an overcast of clouds. I knew Jeju was famous for waterfalls and so I figured why not make the trek out to one or two. Through my research prior to the trip I found one such waterfall area known as "Donnaeko Resort", which boasted dense forests and lovely streams. I packed a towel just in case and we were on our way.
All one needed to do was follow this wooden path and soon enough you could hear the rushing of the water.
If I lived on Jeju I would consider this as a beautiful local spot to go to if wanting to stay clear of the tourists. Below the waterfall were other pools where it sounded like families were having a good time.
On our way back to the bus stop we noticed a snake making its way up the mountain.
After lunch we headed to another waterfall called, Cheonjiyeon. I am glad we made this as our last stop and not the first waterfall. Mostly because it was packed with tourists who were brought in by bus. In my opinion, avoid this during the peak season and head to the more secluded waterfalls.
The next day was rainy and cloudy so I didn't do anything before heading to the airport, except lounge with my friends in the pension cafe. So it is that we come to the end of my Jeju trip. I hope you enjoyed my photos and stories. I think if I am ever feeling a need to get away, but don't want to go too far, I feel I can come back to Jeju.