Hotel Le Win
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Travel Blogs from Jeonju
... decided that they needed food IMMEDIATELY ( i have never really experienced this besides my dad but I guess it must be pretty common..when a guy needs to eat..they need to eat right RIGHT THEN or they WILL NOT survive! ) sooo we found a great fried chicken place! The woman's husband happened to be a cab driver and she explained through sign language of course that we could either pay 5 or 12 dollars to get to the mountain in his cab! It was awesome and super easy..sooo ...
... ju instead of Gunsan-ju. After some research I determined that this wasn't so bad – it meant a shorter flight and an express bus ride, which turned out to be fine. Upon arriving to Jeon-ju Bus Terminal I realised that this city was going to be the most challenging so far linguistically. It’s a proper tourist town, but set up pretty much exclusively for Korean tourists – this should have been obvious when I ...
... end, bought a ticket and was on the bus with minutes to spare and no kerfuffle or rush. Excellent, but hungry. Warning, minor peril! We stopped at services. I stocked. All was well. The hostel in Jeonju is a couple of miles from the terminal, walkable but also a cheap cab ride away. I almost never get a taxi, so getting one is almost a treat in itself. There were no staff in attendance so I sat around chatting to Carsten, who was also waiting to check in. The place is ...
... cool. They are mostly trendy shops and restaurants but it is nice to walk around the area.
Jeonju is also the first stop on this trip where the temperature was really pleasant, maybe even a little cool at night. It was nice and relaxing there so I stuck around an extra ...
... started hugging me and asking me to dance with them. But by then, I was too tired and just wanted to go home.
I started for home at around 1 a.m. and got there maybe at 4 a.m. or so. I tried to find the same roads that I got here at, but it was a gong show. Eventually I found a highway and followed it back to Iksan on the service roads beside it. In retrospect, it was kind of a bad idea, but at least I got to sleep in my own bed.