Benikea Hotel Riviera Haeundae
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... with our surroundings together. This particular city has a lot to offer and is full of so much to see and do. We are also excited that we have the beach we can spend time at.
Please pray for my friends and I as we adjust to new surroundings and as they start their jobs next week.
Have a blessed week.
Until next ...
... I asked if I could play as well and they allowed me to do.
I played and I found out I forgot some things which I felt terrible about so I decided I would come back with sheetmusic next time. And so next time I came back with sheet music and a friend.
I played and when I played a Chinese song the guy started singing the song! It was really cool, being able to play and listen to the song.
I hope I will be able to find more places to play in Hong Kong and China too ^^
... platform which moves up and down, left and right, back and forth in sync with what is happening on the screen - in this case, a trailer for a new installment of the Ice Age franchise. It was all in Korean so I didn't understand a word but the ride was thrilling enough.
I'm not a huge beach fan but my next port of call was Busan's other famous beach, Gwangalli, a few subway stops southwest of Haeundae on Line 2. Gwangalli lies on a narrow and densely populated ...
... clean loos – a big change from Russia!
After walking around a bit more taking photographs of some of the lovely street art we joined the queue and got the shuttle bus back to the ship. By this time Craig was struggling so he went straight to bed. I went up to Horizon for a bit of lunch then down to the Crooners bar and sat and read for a while. I came back up and checked on Craig who was still out to it so headed ...
... asked myself repeatedly over the last few days is what materialistic things I will miss the most about Korea, which had me thinking about the cheap travel, amazing music and local food; all definite contenders! However it’s hard to think beyond the general freedom the lifestyle over there provides you with though, I didn’t pay rent! I ate out every day! I’m not sure if the second point has more to do with the fact that I couldn’t find Heinz baked ...