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Travel Blogs from Andong
... so it didnt look as lived and worked in as it did now.
There was a variety of colour of leaves and the village was quite busy with many groups of tourists and families visiting.
Some of the houses had thatched straw roofs while others had regular clay tiles. It ...
... us some English audioguides which explained the history of the academy and what each building was used for.
We also visited Hahoe Folk Village, which is a traditional village, almost like a museum with so many people wandering round looking at the houses, but with real people living there. It must be a really strange place to live with streams of tourists walking through your back garden, but it was a really nice place to ...
... hugs and back scratches in the world. I feel bad because I am not there to scratch his back and he has to resort to using the corner wall to scratch his back Jungle Book style. Think a big bear, Baloo, using a tree to scratch his back.... yeah, I have no idea where I was going with that.
Anyways, stay tuned for more in the coming days.
Albatross, over and out...but not for long :)
... now gets up at 5.30am and goes to the gym where she will run for an hour, before going for a soak in the baths afterwards. She gets home at 7.30am to wake up the children and get them to kindergarten and school, before she starts work herself at 9.30am for four hours, as a dental technician. She then returns home to pick up and care for her children at home in the afternoon. Children start school at 7/8 and go to kindergarten from 5/6, doing less hours (until 1pm) ...
dry room. Amazing. And the nakedness factory didn't bother me. The
Koreans didn't stare, just glanced and acknolowedged that there were
foreigners there and then minded their own business...well except this
one 4 year old. She was looking through the door and saw Jessica and I.
Her jaw dropped, pointed ...