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Day 8 - DMZ
After reading so much on North Korean, this was somewhere I really was looking forward to go. Unfortunately the tour to the joint security area was full so we only could go free and easy on the train there. Was a little upset coupled with tickets to Gyeongju (another ancient city place I wanted to go) was also full but these are things and places that I can always come back again. ...
... students are reading through in silence. She moves around the room checking that they are okay. Students read through the worksheet and then are instructed as a group to brainstorm.
Students are given equipment pens and scissors and some long black material, they are then working in groups discussing the task.
It is was the first time I have seen students up and moving around the classroom. Students are working together to cut up black ...
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... little zombiefied.
Our flight to Korea saw us awake at 3.30 am on Sunday morning, we were so excited and absolutely ready to go. Standing inline to check in at Brisbane airport we soon realised our journey was only just beginning.
The 10 hour flight to Incheon in Korea wasn't too bad, we watched a couple of movies, and the spicy Korean airplane food was actually pretty tasty.
Our layover in ...
... This attraction is conveniently linked to Gyeongbokgung Palace station, exit 5. When we reached at around 12pm, there was a mass parade in front of the palace main entrance. Gongs sounded and the emperor arrived, escorted by his guards. The guards changing ceremony took place and after which, the parade ended.
Then we had our lunch at the museum cafe. We ordered bimbimbap and cold buckwheat noodles salad which ...