1)Manfrotto MKCOMPACTACN-BK Compact Action Tripod.It stows away into a very small package and extends to be pretty tall in a short amount of time. The only downside is that the way to position the grip slides sometimes if not secured properly. 2)Tumi Alpha Bravo Luke Leather Roll-Top Backpack:Comfortable material, unique and functional design. Perfect for short-term travel. 3)Pentax ASAHI: Still very compact and portable. One thing I don't like compared with the previous version is the remote receiver. It sticks out too much and gets in your way when you grab the camera
Climb Korea’s highest mountain, Mt Hallasan! Located in the centre of Jeju Island, Mt Hallasan is a dormant volcano that is listed as a UNESCO World Natural Heritage sites. Despite its high altitude, it is quite easy to climb and most people can make it to the peak and back down within a day. From the peak, hikers are rewarded with a huge beautiful crater lake as well as breathtaking views of Jeju.
Jeju is a paradise for nature lovers, boasting interesting rock formations, pristine beaches and breathtaking waterfalls. Also known as the Pond of God, Cheonjeyeon Waterfall originates from the ceiling of a cave and it comprises three sections. This first waterfall parts to produce the second and third waterfalls, and the water eventually flows into the sea. Around the subtropical falls, much flora and fauna exist, You can even find the rare and unique Solipnan reeds and Skeleton fork ferns – this are is truly a botanist’s paradise. If you visit Cheonjeyeon Waterfall in May during the Chilseonyeo Festival, don’t forget to bring your swimsuit because you can actually have a soak in the falls.