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Travel Blogs from Andong
... by friends is the best and most honourable option.
“I think to marry is important. I want to become like you two, loving and respecting each other.” That respect thing is an unexpected aspect of his ideas of matrimony. Or Korean ideas?
“Can you tell me how it can happen that I made a picture of over 25 shops selling high end outdoor clothing within fifteen minutes in 2 or 3 streets, last night?”
... and even another may be a sly and poetic nine-tailed fox for our lovers. Even the streets of the Maskfestival had these masks on display, and none of them were carved or painted or manufactured.
So why is this all important? If the masks are on, and they're all we'll ever see of a person, what does it matter if we know what's underneath? It's really a question on what you wish to see: the physical, the spiritual, or both. Do we know the person? Really, ...
... to the other side.
You can read about my last visit to Andong here, which also includes pictures of the Queen Elizabeth museum of her visit to the village
http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/londone7/1/1301232923/tpod.html< br>
... 2kms of steel stairway that lead visitors on a one-way trip around the entire inner cave. Unfortunately, altho’ the stairway was probably very necessary and alleviates a lot of difficulties for many with walking problems, the appropriate authorities have totally naffed it up by adding garish, bright, awful lighting that lines the way along the stairway. They’ve also added rainbows in lights, invented romantic ideals for various structures and ignored the ...
Sunday June 5th
Went to a 찜질방 (Jjimjilbang), which is a public bath house here in Korea.
Went with Jessica and Serena. It was 8,000Won (about $8 USD) for 12
hours and to sleep there. There were several differnet baths: freezing,
cold, warm, milky warm and boiling. There were also a steam ...