BEST WESTERN Premier Kukdo
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As the sun rose over the Sea of Japan, its rays lit the shores of the Korean Peninsular, and with it the hopes and dreams of our journey. The first port of call for most was the bathroom, and once the bidet had been navigated, we moved on to breakfast in the hotel. I was personally impressed by the range of foods on offer here. If you didn't try …
Last night I had dinner with the Principal, Vice Principal and Head Teachers. They wanted to formally welcome me to the school. On a side note there were about 30 dishes of food at this restaurant we went to and it is impolite to say no, so I went home feeling really sick! The Principal comments to me about how 'hard' I work on my computer all the time, in free periods. He tells me people have noticed I am always working...I wonder why?!
Hyeonwoo had to spend ...
I slept well on the futon and at times, even slept on the heated floor as the heat relaxed my sore muscles. Paul was not quite so comfortable.
In the morning, we enjoyed a traditional breakfast - abalone porridge with five side dishes or "banchan" as well as grilled fish. Sitting on the floor, cross-legged, enjoying our breakfast - looking out into the snowy courtyard - I really felt we had arrived in Korea!
... and frustrated that I'd made a special trip all the way here and what was I supposed to do now?
I tried walking around to see if there was a sign with emergency phone numbers. My agent in Tashkent had told me someone is always there and Embassies normally have after hours emergency numbers.
When I found the parking attendants hut he told me I should just goto the 7th ...
This is a place where all logic seems to disappear. The word "Demilitarized" is a complete misnomer as there are two large, ugly armies staring at each other over a line on a map and 251km of barbed wire and minefields.
It is however an interesting place to visit to see one of the large vestiges of the Cold War.
The best and easiest way to see everything is on an organised tour. They ...