|Entering Nuri Peace Park.|
|The park is much more open and sprawling than many parks we'd seen in Korea.|
|The highlight of the park is this small hill covered in multicoloured windmills and backdropped by towering wooden figures.|
|One of our favourite photos of the two of us.|
|We walked along the circular pathways of the park, passing families relaxing in the sun.|
|This man's kites seemed to go on forever, disappearing into the sky.|
|A well-balanced dragonfly ornament we found in a nearby shop.|
|We returned to the fountain area to cool off again. Our clothes had already almost dried from the first time!|
|While paddling in the pool we made a new acquaintance.|
|On the way back to Imjingak Station we passed through a small fairground.|
|Passing some lush scenery on the train ride home.|
It was fun getting to return to the DMZ during a warmer time of the year. It's amazing how much the scenery in this country changes from season to season. Back in winter the mountains had looked barren and miserable; now they're verdant and green and almost subtropical in appearance.
Nuri Peace Park was well worth visiting too, if only to get our photos with the colourful windmills.
If you'd like to visit the area, the easiest way is to take the metro all the way to Munsan at the end of the Gyengui Line, then change to get a national train one stop to Imjingak Station (or alternatively, get a taxi, like we did).