Blue Backpackers Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Fortunately, one of the Germans could speak Korean and English - Lam become our interpreter for the day. Lam was multilingual speaking Vietnamese, English, Korean, German, and some French.
The next few hours we were treated to a guided tour of the village, a visit to a bird sanctuary and we got to see how the village prospered with the rice, fruit and vegetable produce. The praying mantis on ...
... little underbrush to block the view through the trunks. I should mention here that at this point the rain had really started to pick up. On the walk it was only sprinkling, while getting the directions and map it picked up, and now that we were actually on our way, it was pouring. Of course we did not bring the rain gear because we had been so used to the dry weather of southeast Asia. At one point we stopped at a small shrine/gazebo and sat down to see if the rain would let up. It ...
... our bearings Ian slowly figured out that the ship was not docked at the cruise ship port shown on the map and where we must be. We started walking towards downtown and we met up with a few fellow passengers in the same boat (no pun intended) who had been further than we had and determined that downtown was really too far to walk to. So some of us decided to flag down a cab to take us into the city proper. (An up). Even though the cab driver ...
... very safe, family friendly, and clean despite its distance. I decided to see if I could find anything closer when I got to busan or to go here if I cant. Friday night it was busy taking the train as this was the start of the peak holiday season rush for the five day break. At Busan station I decided to walk to the passenger ferry ...
... It's quite easy to get to from the Haeundae subway stop or Haeundae Train Station. Plus, you can still go to the temple and then head back to Haeundae to enjoy the beach.
*There are several ways to get to Busan or the Temple from Daegu. In order to get to the Temple...you can take a Mugunghwa train departing from Daegu Station to the Haeundae Station. Immediately leave the station, cross ...