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... d known that on Monday). We got a great tip for dinner from Jay the night manager and pretty much headed straight out on arrival. Food here in Korea is very different to Japan. You are almost always served with a series of small side dishes like kimchi and pickled veg, seaweed etc along side a couple of larger dishes. Yay veggies oh how I have missed you!
The restaurant required sitting on mats on the floor which was more challenging for ...
... more prestigious the University or School in an area=the higher the land value.
Thought of the Day:
I remember reading a quote at the end of a tour through Auschwitz, which sung volumes to me at the time and it certainly rings true for how I was felt on the 'Freedom Freeway' witnessing the aftermath of a war which ended over 60 years ago.
"Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it." -George Santayana
... it was green lit up in the cloudless night sky. It felt like we were making a trip to Oz.
We underestimated the distance from our hotel to the tower. It took about a 1.5 hr by foot and the tower was on top of a mountain that sloped diagonally. As I was walking up, I kept waiting for when the land would flatten, but it never did. It was probably the steepest mountain I've ever climbed. It was worth it though. The view ...
... so I pretty much have to work to avoid getting hit almost every day...I guess it's a cultural thing that I have to accept.
-My most recent purchase is a large toaster oven, which I couldn't be more thrilled about! People in Korea do not have ovens, therefore my apartment did not come with an oven. At first I thought I could do without, but I was wrong...as many of you know, microwaves just don't cut it when going for the crispiness. I ...
... me is that everyone is looking down at their cellphones, texting, surfing the web, gaming or who knows what. Not to mention that people do not know which side of the street to walk on. It is a constant battle as I swerve around people, I am really hoping it does not end badly in the future...However I was enlightened today as to why there is so much uncertainty. Apparently the confusion about which side of the street to walk on comes from when the ...