B And B Morning Calm
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... were lots of places selling loose cotton clothes which were lovely: the sort of clothes that East sells in the UK. I bought a birthday card and some decorative chopsticks for Hayley's birthday. Will bought some glasses (to wear but with clear glass for decoration), a pottery bowl and condiments dish and 6 wooden chopstick rests. We then stopped in a lovely courtyard cafe area and sat outside drinking beer and watching people. There were several large groups ...
... checking out all the products in the shops first; make a wish at the top while taking a break; then wander your way down and start purchasing. Otherwise you would be carrying all the souvenirs from the bottom to the top. There is also a photo machine at the bottom of the building that allows you to take a photo with Seoul as the background, and then sent it off to you via email. A good way to save it as a memory for your travel.
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... he couldn't have been more confused... apparently I somehow miscalculated the exchange from Won to CAD and as I thought the fare was climbing to $150.00 CAD it was in fact only $15.00 CAD. I have never been so relieved in my life! All I could do at this point was laugh at myself and enjoy the correct price. We got up to our room, had one last laugh at my expense and went straight to bed.
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... IPA in 4 months. It was amazing and I certainly tried to help their new business with my bar tab, but it was great to hang out with two guys who just said they got tired of talking about doing something and actually put their money where the mouths are. The next day I took the subway to the airport and left for Tokyo.
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... more assertive to get to the binoculars. On the plus side, we were still able to get an overview of the area from a young South Korean who told us about what we could see and some of the actions his unit (before he was a part of it, of course) had been involved in during the war.
The crowds also seemed like they would have been a problem at the Third Infiltration Tunnel. I advised my parents not to bother to go down (and our tour guide basically told the entire tour group ...