Jeonju Core Hotel
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... each on our cab rides and only 15 on our ferry ride to get to our island. OK back to the adventure...we took a bus to explore Maisan mountain the next day and that was only 5 dollars for an hour ride..I love public transport! I only knew of what city the mountain was in and after arriving learned that there was zero English on any of the signs and that it was too foggy to walk because we couldn't even see any mountains in the small town! However, the boys..being ...
Upon waking yesterday I knew that I had a long commute ahead of me. I had struggled with the Korean Air website for an inordinately long period in both Busan and Geoje-do before, with some help from my friends in Geoje-do) I finally managed to book my flight to and from Jeju-do (and after trying 5 different credit cards to do so). The frustration was further compounded when I realised that I had booked the flight from Jeju-do ...
... no shortage of traveller stories, but she had been going for 9 months so has more than some. From her, as from others over the last couple of days, the theme was "what no Indonesia?" in my plans, but I'm not changing them to fit in this recommendation, just slotting it away for future reference. I ended up packing up just after 10 when I'd figured I needed to leave before then to get to Dongdaegu for a 10.50 bus. But I wandered to the subway, wandered to the bus station ...
Jeonju is a big culture stop in Korea. They have an area called Hanok Village, where most of buildings are done in the old Korean style. A most of them are pretty modern with just the general style, but a lot of them are really built with the traditional woodworking and it ...
... me trying to keep up on my bike. Hahaha.
We were just in time for the Iksan band to go on stage, Mongtooth; the singer is Kari's husband. They were fun, I had never seen them before. I will definitely go again to another one of their shows.
The rest of the day was great, until about midnight, when the bands got crappier and crappier. I danced all day and there were only about 300 people there, so I became a little famous ...