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Travel Blogs from Seoul
... theme park
It's been a whirlwind of a time this past month and a
half. I've managed to notch Macau, Hong
Kong, Seoul, Qingdao and Bangkok/Pattaya on my belt. I'd like to thank Jay for sparing me the
effort of recapping our Qingdao/beer festival trip; thus this update will be
dedicated to our Korea trip.
It all started when I descended onto Incheon
airport. I had timed my arrival so that it would coincide with the ...
On the Monday after her brilliant sub-two-minute 800 metres victory at the
Birmingham Diamond League meeting, Jessica Judd enjoyed a day out at
Since then she has managed to catch up with friends after track commitments
meant she missed her school leavers’ ball and she has been getting to know
the six-month-old rescue dog who arrived at the Judd family home in Canvey
Island, Essex, this week. Appropriately, it ...
... was clear, with a rare blue sky for the Seoul area this late spring/early summer.
The biggest difference, though, was the number of visitors. Back in the winter, our tour group was basically alone at every stop, with maybe one more tour bus overlapping with the end or beginning of our visits to the stops. Today, I'd say there was a minimum of six tour buses at each stop (except for the JSA, of course). On top of regular tourists, there were also Korean soldiers touring ...
... feeling always passed pretty quickly because I was there with a bunch of goofy friends who really liked to take pictures. I think if you go into the gallery as a skeptic, you won't be won over. On the other hand, if you can take photos of basically the same thing while acting silly for an hour or more without getting bored, this it is the place for you. The main reason I wouldn't recommend it unless you think it sounds awesome is that it was very expensive for Korea at 13,000 won.