South Korea: Camera Crisis

Vacation is the most exciting time of your lives. You will get to try new things and see new places. Don’t you just love to go on vacations? I will share with you my experience in South Korea.

South Korea, particularly Seoul, is such a beautiful place – it has clean surroundings and helpful people. My brother and I really love South Korea.

It was the perfect place to have fun. Everything was exactly how I imagined it except… my parents kept on taking pictures and videos which delayed us from exploring the whole place.

At that moment I started hating cameras and phones. I felt like phones and cameras are the ones that stop people from having fun with their family and friends.

It's just amazing!!! ❤❤❤😅

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Time was running fast and vacation quickly came to its end. I’m really gonna miss Seoul. I wish I could turn back time so that our Seoul vacation would start all over again.

And this is when I realized that my parents were just taking pictures while we were in South Korea because they wanted to treasure memories that we had there. I still don’t like cameras and phones but I decided that photography is what my parents love to do, so I should respect that.

After all, if it weren’t for their hard work we would have never gone to South Korea.

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Sibling Love

All siblings fight, but no doubt love each other. I myself have a baby brother — and believe me when I say that he can be very annoying — but when I look into those cute big eyes, I just can’t resist him… and wanna hug him so tight. I bet that’s how all siblings love one another.

When it was my 7th birthday, I wished that I would have a sibling, so I won’t be lonely at home. Then a few months later, my mom gave birth to a baby boy. They named him Zaviel Beaux (pronounced as Zav-yel Bo), and we call him Yeshua.

The happiest day of my life was when he was born, I was super excited that I told my dad to hurry to the hospital.

Now, my brother is 2 years old (almost 3) and I am 10. We always fight, but we find a way to get along, and we will never forget that we are each other’s best friend forever.

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