Benikea Hotel Amour And Symphony
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... longed for more time, but due to the traffic and the sailing time, we rushed back to the ship. Due to the traffic, we returned only twenty minutes early. After being late in Jeju, we did not think the ship would wait for us a second time.
Dinner was a Korean Bar-b-que held on the upper deck. Saying goodbye to Korea as we dined on the country’s style food under the setting sun, was fantastic.
China, here we ...
... and students and adding more and more to my teacher toolbox throughout this year and many years to come!
Now, now, enough about work already, right?!? I have slowly been exploring more and more of this foreign country. Things I have noticed or explored include:
-People care WAY too much about the way they look here. Today I saw a girl painting her nails in the street as she waited to cross the crosswalk...everyone is constantly ...
... to scan for plagiarism and you can get a zero, fail the course, and/or be expelled! Do you know these kids STILL do it and are shocked when I give them a zero??? Then the head teacher doesn't understand why I gave them a zero!
(sigh) As hard as I worked with going to school FT and working FT for both my Bachelors AND Master's degree, which by the way I owe the government so much money for my education I have no idea how I will ...
... card. Second, to find a round-pronged adapter for my gadgets. Korea uses the same voltage (220v), but their prongs are rounded. Everything I got were flat ones. Apparently, I didn't need to go too far to get them. Right next to the entrance of Hongik University is a 7-Eleven, and they sell T-Money cards. The girl manning the cashier spoke zero English, but still managed to help me out. Right next to that 7-Eleven is a variety store. ...
... someone would have given me a heads up, I would have gone out and had a leisurely brunch while my clothes were drying, instead of starving and nervously snoozing until 12:30.
A couple of Irish (??) guys (I don't even care anymore where people are from) were in the same boat as me, except they weren't starving, so we went to a coffee shop and I had a nice crepe with fancy vegetable and fruit salad while they sipped coffee and awkwardly watched me shove it down my throat.