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 ...
This weekend I was invited to Seoul for the welcome ceremony of the third year of bloggers for TheKoreaBlog. This is a program run by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism that recognizes bloggers both in Korea and living overseas that run blogs promoting Korean ...
... and customs and out of the terminal. At this point I started to realize I needed more information and she told me that Seoul Incheon airport is celebrating its 50th million traveler today and thus her tour Company is offering free tours for the first thirty people. At the sign-in counter I met an American girl named Casi. We quickly hit it off and chatted over coffee for an hour or two before hoping on the tour bus with a motley international clan of foreigners and ...
... proverb, Sam and I Full Monty-ed our clothes into the nearest wash basket and wandered down the stairs to join the other nude-y rude-ies in the bath house :o) In the bath house there were maybe eight or nine different baths and hot tubs, a sauna, a steam room, lots of sinks with basins and showers, lots of regular showers, and a section at one end with tables in and old-ish women waiting to give you a good scrub down.
Had we had more time I think we both would have ...
... the Han river which is also heavily patrolled and there is barbed wire separating the shores from the roads in case anyone from the north tries to come down the river and attack. Before even getting to the DMZ you enter a non-civilian area where essentially only government and military officials are allowed, along with the tourists as well. A lot of the roads from this point on have barricades scattered across the road so you have to drive through them like an ...