Benikea Hotel Cheongpung Hill
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... on the screen, which he gave to us with many apologies for not having photographs. He also turned the TV screen program to English so that we could understand the points - which considering we were the only westerners there, was very thoughtful and kind.
The surrounding forest and gardens were also quite beautiful, with a fast flowing stream adding to the beauty. We also liked the bat-like structure that covered the ticket office and also decorated ...
... invited us into the drivers' canteen and bought us a coffee, even though we could only exchange a few words. Such nice people.
We are off to see if we can find a place that promises a hearty 'gamjatang' which is meaty bones (pork, I think) and potato soup, served in a 'jeongol' (hotpot) or an earthenware dish. I'll give a report on it later. I now have the Korean for 'not too hot and spicy, please'.
Let's hope it works!
Let me explain the title. When we lived in Korea, we raised three baby ducks. One for all three of the children. We liked to raise odd animals in the apartment, like chickens! Anyways, the ducks grew up from ducklings and when they became too big to keep in our apartment, we took them with us to Club ES. (Club ES is an exclusive resort in the mountains that we ...
... our prayer was answered. We got there an entire minute before it did! Woo!
We made our way to the back of the bus and made friends with those around us. It’s a good thing we were in good company, because it was a looong ride. I was very pleased with my recent decision to buy a new iPod.
Our bus made a couple of pit stops before arriving at our first destination: cave "exploring". Now, I put the word exploring ...
... of the world's countries still operating on the 5th Grader secret clubhouse decree. Honestly, I am going to spend money in your country and support your economy.
Phew...well I sent an email to the Russian embassy in Seoul and am crossing my fingers that I can get my VISA here. The backup plan is to mail my passport home and let a service take care of everything for me.
Wish me luck.