Travel Blogs from Seoul
... serif; line-height: 18px;"># of taxis: 2
# of trains: 174
# of flights: 15
# of ferries: 3
#of monies found: 17.78 Euros, ...
... of the most famous places in the Seoul Tower was the 'Love Locks' right up, on the highest floor. People would go write a message or letter on it and lock it on like a fence. It was a very interesting and beautiful place to go to, I want to go there again sometime.
My second day started off pretty early. I planned to meet up with my friend Kim nearby my hotel.
*10 minutes later*
Kim arrived, so I decided to go look around for the ...
... embodies the belief system that "white" is better, "black" is unequal, and the hypocrisy that says that this ideology has been thrown out the window with all other antiquated prejudicial and racist practices. However, anyone with any kind of sense at all knows that this couldn't be any further than the truth. By no means am I saying that I believe ALL people of a different racial background then me is racist. What I am saying is that racism is still very much so alive and well. ...
... are a woman.
So, don't fall into the same societal traps that you are expected to end
up in. When you speak, speak like you got some sense. Go to school;
education is first and you can play later.
I could go on and on with the things my mom and grandmother taught me. I'm just grateful that God blessed me with these two. I couldn't have asked for anyone better.
I love you mom!!!
Until next time
... comical way, "Teacher, what does interrupt mean?" (Sigh) Before I knew it, I had walked over to him, leaned over his desk, looked down right in his eyes and said in a rich but low alto tone, "Interrupt me again, ya hear?" He says, Yes Teacher (eyes looking down)." Why do these little kids keep trying me? I don't know. But they gon' learn! LOL
Anyway, I have attached some photos and a funny video I recorded. Enjoy!
Until next time,