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... a variety of people sporting gowns and drips to get the bus to the village. Whilst it is probably walking distance I had read it is uphill so the bus is the best option. Boy are we glad we took this advice. There most definitely was a hill and even on the bus it was something of an endurance with the driver throwing the bus around the corners, but it was definitely worth the short white knuckle ride.
We just had time for one more activity and at ...
... We find a nice area with lots of restaurants. We decide to go for our first Korean BBQ or Bulgogi. For those who haven't been to Korea or a Korean restaurant before, I’ll try to explain it a bit. You order the meat you want, we chose duck this time, and they put it on a kind of BBQ grill at your table. Either the waiters or you stirr everything untill it is ready. Depending on the kind of meat you choose they, or you, cut it up into pieces, no not with a knife but, with ...
... take in a little culture by visiting the Busan Modern Art museum which was excellent and acted as the perfect ante-dote to two nights of heavy drinking. Korea has seen an explosion of modern artists in recent years and the calibre on display at the museum was excellent even if we hadn't heard of any of the artists.
Suitably culturally refreshed, we then caught the evening bus back to Cheongju and got in around 11pm in time to curl up in front of the laptop to watch some western TV!
Friday 26th April.
Today,as usual we went for breakfast intending to make our way to the coach for the scheduled departure time of 7:30am.
Luckily someone at another table was having a good old rant about the times getting changed from that on the itinerary.It was then realised the coaches were going to depart between 7 and 7:15.
Breakfast was then had at a somewhat faster pace than usual. Not to worry though, as the ...
... Buddha; a lad at the front removed the dunce’s hat from my head and placed it on his own as he started to fall asleep during the top boy’s speech. At least we had the courtesy to be at the back while we s******ed; this guy just jumped on board a snooze cruise and didn’t care about the bald bloke in orange looking back at him. Before you judge sleepy boy though please bear in mind that he is also of the male form and therefore shared a bedroom with the ...