Finally we go, we were fed up with having to run trains and ferries! Three month visa to see a state as big as Beijing and province is wonderful! We take the path along the river that leads to the city of Suwon. Again without ever having to struggle with traffic. It looks like a parallel world, along the river, with its inhabitants and its rhythms. About ten kilometers before Suwon we meet a Korean cyclist, cycling here seems to go very fashionable also because of the opportunity to practice in the city. He speaks English and asks a lot of questions, brings us under a bridge where there are other cyclists who give us cookies. One of them is going to Suwon and "escort" us to the goa . Once there we stopped to eat something, our friend buys us cookies, ice cream and coffee and then gives us 10,000 won (10 euro). I like Koreans!
Today it's raining, finally we are in the countryside. Road is up and down but never to tough. Chili and soy fields and rice paddies. Around 18 still raining and getting stronger, we retreat to sleep in one of the many wooden gazebo. There is again another lake view and in a little park with exercise equipment, for the first time try the "thighs splitter" tool and we fall in love with it. A gentleman that was there in a bus (we are near a parking lot) give us one fumigator that saves us the evening. I like Koreans!
Still raining. We are still in the gazebo lounging until noon listening to Korean radio. Just set off and a guy in a car stopped us and takes us to lunch. I like Koreans. Sort pork, soup with tufu and octopus, salad and rice. Writes our names in Korean, he says he's often in Italy for holidays. He is a farmer, he says, but he doesn't look like, his hands looks more like those of a bank employee. Perhaps it is the owner of the land.
The lake is called Yedang Reservoir and those are the GPS coordinates: 36.635998, 126.799498