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On our way back up North we stopped by the large city of Suwon, somewhat overshadowed by nearby Seoul it had a few sights that sounded interesting. After settling in to possibly our last love motel :'-( we set out to walk along the old city walls. It's possible with a 3 - 4 hour walk to go round the entirety of the old Suwon town, but we had been doing far too much walking recently and we had very sore feet! We saw a couple of the old city gates and one ...
... they hadn't turned up over the weekend, when the post doesn't run.
To cut a long story short I had lost my job, gained a skin disease and was not a happy bunny for a work or two, though I got some temp work and a new job over this time. I I now work for a fairly good school with a **** name (Banana Kids) and Korean I told laughed his head off at this and said "Yellow on the outside, white on the inside", which I suppose is fine to ...
On Saturday, we moved from Shinchon hostel in Shinchon to the Jogyesa Temple's International Zen Center in Insa-dong. It is a new branch of the International Zen Center and will not be opened to the general public for some months; we're the first people to stay here besides some children monks who are staying on a floor to themselves. The place is really nice and right next to the Jogyesa Temple so we can hear ...
... Underground; which is honestly the smallest bar I have ever seen. Imagine a really big living room. Still a good time though, so we had some drinks and danced for a while. I must say that I’m grateful to work with the English teachers that I do at LCI (my school). I met a handful of other English teachers that night and while some were nice, others seemed to be a few fries short of a Happy Meal. So to any lunatics out there wondering if you can get a job ...
... my mind that if over 50% of the bus got off at a certain stop, we would follow. That is pretty logical, right? Logical or not, we got off when about 90% of the people got off, followed them up the road, and stumbled upon the entrance to the national park. We had made it!
I am not sure if it is because I have been gone for a while or the fact that there is zero beauty where I live, but I was completely astounded by the natural beauty that radiated ...