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... planet recommended it. It was just a short walk away from my hostel. I was thinking it was going to be pretty expensive, but it was actually free. This surprised me. I spent a good hour or so looking around here. I have to say this museum was actually really good. It had a lot of interesting things in there. A lot of people were just walking around and not paying any attention to it, but I took my time. I think this was because there were no Chinese tour ...
... to the ocean to have our lunch on. We sat facing the temple and the wonderful sunshine. After lunch John went for a wander around the rocks on the coast. He came back about ten minutes later to tell me that I should go and check out a tidal pool with a starfish in it and also to see the water breaking over the rocks. I am not as good at walking on the rocks as he is, but I eventually made it over to the starfish and the edge of the rocks. We sat and watched the waves ...
... nostalgic when you're leaving a place. There are always so many things to do. Our last days we were spent rushing around tying loose ends. It's amazing how many loose ends you can acquire in a year. We also had some sad goodbyes but at least we'll be returning briefly at the end of September.
So now packed (18kgs - oh no!) and organised we are now delayed at Gimhae Airport - otherwise known as the worlds most boring airport.
... blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/londone7/1/1298105443/tpod.html see also 'Eid in Daegu' http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/londone7/1/1320663320/tpod.html I've also included pictures of mosques in other cities across Korea. ...
... their colorful plastic bins. Passing along the crowded passageway along the fish stands, one can see vendors cleaning their fish, or tending to their children, or quickly eating a meal with their chopsticks. Haggling is going on between the vendors and customers, creating a scene of chaos and intrigue.
Our return to the ship took us over the impressive 24,000-foot Gwangan Grand Bridge, which was completed in 2003, and is ...