Apple Tree Hotel
Travel Blogs from Gunsan
... before hopping on the bus to the old town area called Jeonju Hanok Village. It was an enjoyable afternoon wandering around the old streets stopping at the large Catholic Church, interesting traditional paper making workshop and rice wine museum. At 3pm we joined the free English tour of Gyeonggjeon Palace. There were only four of us on the tour, the other two were Japanese who struggled! We found it surprisingly interesting ...
... ago hit me straight in the face and made me nauseous. I couldn't believe it was happening to me. The guilt and sadness about mistakes I made in the past just blew me away. I was an emotional wreck the whole month of June.
Another circumstance affecting my psychological well being lately has been the absence of weekends away. If you have been reading this, you know that ...
Well, I decided not to go to Seoul to a rooftop party that I was invited to. Instead, Dave's friends had their own rooftop party in Gunsan. Much easier to get to for me, and probably the people were nicer there anyway.
Maybe I'm a little tipsy in these photos. Ha. Oops.
And my face is burnt.
... team jerseys. For example, Dave has one that says "weapons". Other people have other things on their jerseys that I can't remember now.
We went to A-Town to observe the prostitutes and drunk people and then we took the drunk bus home, which was even crazier. These are the heroes protecting your freedom, ladies and gentlemen.
... tahoma, verdana, arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17px;">- Everything from kimchi to school uniforms to Olleh! stores are considered a part of Korean traditional culture and you should speak carefully about them.
- The push/pull signs on doors are often blatant lies meant to embarrass you.
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility