Blue Backpackers Hostel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... us to the local fish market where everything is kept live in salt water tanks. It's more interesting than going to an aquarium and hard to imagine everything is edible. JJ doesn't say a lot.... guess he doesn't know a lot about seafood. After realizing that JJ isn't going to offer us any information on anything, we decide to part ways. Volunteer guides are hit and miss. This was a miss. Sometimes you get what you pay for. Upon leaving, JJ and all ...
... Peruvian soles, 26 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 cent Canadian, 15 Swiss Francs, 11 Czech Republic Korunas, 5 Croatian Lipas, 2 Hungarian Fillers (no longer in use), 10 Romanian lei, 3.70 UK Pounds, 1 Ukrainian Hryvnia, 3 Danish Kroner, 22 Norwegian Kroner, 2.4 Latvia lats (no longer in use, exchanged for 2.85 euros at the bank), 1 Lithuanian Centu, 71 Polish cents, 3.5 Thai Baht, 150 Indonesian Rupia,15 Singapore cents, 20 Malaysian cents, 2 Japanese Yen
... 8217;t the ones we westerners are used to but more of a Korean/Japanese style bath house where everyone goes naked (men and women and separated of course). I used to frequent the one near our apartment in Ulsan on a weekly basis back in the winter. There is no better way to get warm, clean and relaxed. The naked thing is quite and adjustment though. Vinh had been to a few as well so he was quite happy to soak in the bath and look out the window while he wound down for the night.
... don't actually contain any tea leaves but are more an infusion of plant matter, each promising to relieve you of a particular pain or illness. Jujube "tea", sweet potato "tea", barley "tea", corn flake "tea", citron "tea"... I'm supposed to be in the tea lands, so where's all the real tea?!?
On Sunday morning, we visited the beach again and then went to the Busan aquarium which is full of ocean oddities. Tanks of jellyfish, octopus, colourful fish, and eels ...
... and Starbucks to stay warm and dry, but I guess it all serves a purpose...
The hostel provided some interesting characters for me to spend the evenings with, three Swedes who seemed to speak and endless amount of languages, a Frenchman always keen on playing me at Pro Evolution Soccer and some North Americans who were either working in Japan or trying to work in Korea. As it was an apartment it had a real homely feel to it so on our night in (due to ...