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 …
... were quite different to the temples and palace in Japan with lots of colour. You certainly get more of a Chinese feel to them. Whilst the streets of Bukchon and Changedeokgung were a strange oasis of calm in a very populous city (second only to Tokyo apparently), Gyeongbokgung was chaos. Incredibly busy and full of primary school groups with the most enthusiastic teachers telling (I assume) their students about the history of the palace. This ...
... where an evening concert was going on, so we were serenaded as we cleared the lock.
We’ve met several of our cabin neighbors on these sail-aways since we all take advantage of our verandahs and chit chat with each other while toasting our exciting port days.
Our next country is China!
... length of the border between the two countries. This zone is heavily fortified with land mines, double-lined barbed-wire fencing and a whole heap of anti-tank measures. The bus had to swerve gentle through a sort of zig-zag pattern to get across the "cow bridge", and we had our passports checked several times by the military police. Eventually we arrived at the Joint Security Area (JSA), where we were briefed on how to behave ourselves and signed ...
... area we’re staying in Taipei.
I really can't believe our GCC trip is over. Our world was kind of shaken up very abruptly today--one two hour plane ride later and we've stepped into another world. The people here seem so different from Koreans; everyone talks loudly and wears whatever but also seems a lot more approachable. Maybe it's just a language barrier issue but honestly I can barely understand what people here are ...