Busan Tourist Hotel
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... and trees at their fullest, and it was nice to see Hanok Village alive with tulips and other planted flowers blooming everywhere! It seems like a whole new world from when I first got here, at the end of June I had missed most of the flower blooming I suppose. It is nice to see the kids back playing outside, and a cute group of old people have taken up playing some version of croquet outside our school in the little park so I get to watch them each afternoon while I teach :) ...
... BY the time I got out to the cemetery and walked around sufficiently it was approaching lunch time so I headed back to Jagalchi for some street food. I am really digging the street food at the moment – I tried to find some more of the savoury pancakes, but I instead ended up having gimbap, which is basically just Korean sushi. And of course a sweet pancake to round out the meal!
I was pretty tired so ...
... Seomyeon, Nampodong, Haundae and Chinatown to name a few. Busan has it's beauty but I would say it's not really a winter vacation spot, more for summer. However I enjoyed the visit into Nampodong and Haundae where I got to see lights and have me a bit of the Christmas feel I was lacking in Japan. Take a look at a few sights from the trip here. I will load another blog later with more pictures and a few of the actual cultural ...
... we inteded to take in was all over the city, at every cinema, theatre, arts centre and elsewhere but we had been recommended by friends to go directly to the area of Haeundae, a short subway journey away.
We took a detour to scout out Busan Airport asMarta would be taking her class there on the following Monday on a school trip. This meant that we went north, then west, then finally east on the subway. ...
Up at 5.30am- you would not think we were on holidays, would you? Showered and up to the buffet breakfast by 6am to find lots of others with the same idea and a long queue!! 20 minutes later we got into the room and chose our breakfast and took it back to our room so we actually sit down and have a reasonable cup of coffee. You do wonder when the Nescafe sachet in the room is definitely a big improvement on the coffee served in the buffet. The dining room has percolated ...