Busan Beach Tourist Hotel
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... the nerves to set in. The countries all presented dynamic demonstrations. The Germans in particular were very impressive.The hall was packed with people from babies through to old men.
Next we were taken to a local restaurant to eat Chicken again and have a couple of beers. It was an enjoyable feast with lots of humour shared by all. It was a late trip back to the Hotel, luckily in a bus this ...
... with delicacies such as dried octopus tentacles and stingray. I sense the fear of missing yet another meal, even with a McDonalds nearby (we have vowed not to eat at Micky D's except in the most dire emergency). I ask Rox if this qualifies as an "emergency". Not even close she says. She ducks into a bakery and buys a dozen mini cheese rolls and says this will hold us over till we get back to the ship. She was right, I didn't die of starvation. JJ ...
... had no idea if we were really allowed to be there but we figured we would walk until someone yelled at us. At the end of the road we came across a path. It was not our path. It was a path that lead to what looked like a grenade testing field. There were small man-made huts out of twigs and leaves and some cement bunkers built right into the forest floor. Not wanting to test if there were any other type of explosives planted near the path, we kept walking and looked for another way to ...
... trip to SpaLand will run you 12,000 won which is about $12 On a weekend, like the day we went, it costs a whopping 14,000 won. Which is still a bargain right? Well, lucky for us, in an attempt to get there early and avoid the rush we also managed to get the early morning discount and only paid 9,000 won (or $9) each! We kept our receipt because it's one of those things you just can't believe. I mean, how do places like this stay open on that little of admission! ...
We had the octopus shasimi and other shasimi feast. KRW 40,000 for 2 person.
Dalmaji Hill (Skip)
Due to weather, we skip this location.
From Busan Station, take city bus No. 139 or 140 / city experss bus (jwaseok bus) No. 239 or 240 and get off at Mido Apt. Then walk 10-15 min along the sign (totally takes 1 hour).
In front of exit 1 of Haeundae station (Busan Subway Line 2), take ...