Busan Tourist Hotel
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Woke up around 830 Left hostel younger breakfast with Inessa at tours les jours. Back to shovel, left around 10;30 Got to express city bus terminal 11:30 Bus left at 12 share arched autumn in my heart two episodes. Crying. Haha. Stopped at 2, deb and I were last ones on. Couldn't find kimbap :( Arrived in Busan at 430 Spent aaaages haggling with taxi drivers who ...
... everything you could imagine a spa would have. First, let us give you a break down of how a transitional Korean spa works.
When you go to a spa in Korea, you are given an outfit to wear within the spa and towels as well as a key to a locker in the change room. The outfit is anything but flattering, usually a baggy T-shirt and shorts. Men and women are given different coloured outfits (I'm assuming so you can differentiate each other) and assigned to ...
... the host came out to open the office) and made myself a cup of coffee and enjoyed the peace and quiet. By 8:00 am I had paid for my room and was able to leave my gear in the kitchen while I went off to explore Haeundae Beach.
It was quite a long subway ride and when I got off the subway and came up onto the street I saw a bike shop (of course I had to go and explore). When I came out I realised I had lost an earring ...
... to heaven.
We found or cabin, which was a small but comfortable room with four bunk beds. We were happy to discover that we were not sharing with anyone either.
As soon as we settled into the room we went to explore the ship. There were a couple of eating areas and a few more for those with VIP passes. However we’re mere plebs of the lower classes so we could only look through the door window. There wasn’t much there. At the back of the boat was ...
Busan is a costal city in the southern part of the country. Grace and I had a weekend in Busan to visit her friend Sungho and explore Korea's second largest city. We took the two hour bullet train on Saturday morning and arrived shortly before lunchtime. Sungho met us at the train station and we were immediately off to tour Taejondae Park which offered cliffside views of the sea. The bus ride to the park was an adventure in itself: traffic, smells of the ocean, views ...