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Egyre jobban lelkesedem a szinkronúszásért. A kemény és kitartó munka idővel meghozza gyümölcsét, jóllehet a gyümölcs néha teljesen másképp néz ki a medence széléről, mint azt gondolná az ember... A megoldás: még több gyakorlás, videónézés és végtelen kitartás!! Éljen a szinkronúszás!! A mai edzés nem börtönben volt, csak ilyen volt a naplemente az uszoda melleti építkezésen. :-)
... checking out all the products in the shops first; make a wish at the top while taking a break; then wander your way down and start purchasing. Otherwise you would be carrying all the souvenirs from the bottom to the top. There is also a photo machine at the bottom of the building that allows you to take a photo with Seoul as the background, and then sent it off to you via email. A good way to save it as a memory for your travel.
There is also a shop at ...
... apparently the North Koreans tried to kidnap some people when they got close to the door. Ya it's that kind of place. We also saw the North Korean propaganda village with the world's tallest flag pole, but no one actually lives there, hence why it is the propaganda village.
That night I found a newly opened restaurant by a Canadian and a Korean American. Only reason I ate there was because they had an IPA and I hadn't had ...
... the last one we tasted being 45% alcohol. Not really my cup of tea but interesting flavours to taste.
On our last day in Seoul we took a tour to the DMZ. The DMZ is a strip of land running across the the Korean Peninsula that is a buffer zone between North and South Korea. We wanted to go to the joint security area but didn't register in time as they need 48 hours to register your passport. The tour we took was ...
... us that its called "Obama Beer". So naturally we thought twice before drinking to “OB”. But it actually wasn’t too bad.
After watching the same Bill Murray movie twice, an episode of The Actor’s Studio with Collin Firth (also twice), a couple of episodes of random American SitComs, and finally a showing of “Oz, the Great and Powerful”, with a couple of cat naps thrown in here and there, we landed in Seoul.