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Today we picked up our Motor-home. Five weeks in a small 4 bed (not bedroom), motorhome, should be cosy.
Anyone who knows me well, again will know that I am sooooooo not a camper, or caravaner, or motor-homer but hey, if it has to be done then why not the USA.
Had a win in the morning and was able to collect the motor-home …
... it comes to food).
Some random tid bits I learned about Korea so far...
1) May 20th is a holiday where you're supposed to buy flowers for anyone who is 20 years old
2) Koreans have casinos but they aren't allowed to gamble; only tourists can
3) Boryeong is called the Mud City for it's annual Mud festival
4) Koreans eat their ice cream in a cane-shaped ice cream cone. It reminds me of a churro but filled with ice cream ...
... upon my beginnings to appreciate just how far I've come.
If anyone would like to create an alternative life story of Myung Hyun, the girl born and raised in Korea, I would love to hear it. Here is one that I made up just now just for ***** and giggles...
Myung Hyun, orphaned since birth grew up chubby and very Korean. Her favorite foods were kimchi and Korean BBQ (hence the weight issues). She ...
... lowest moment during this last week was definitely having to deal with a flood that destroyed my basement apartment and many of my possessions.
My highest moment this week was when my landlord agreed to reimburse me for my losses by allowing me to live rent-free until I leave for my upcoming Nepali Quest (July 12th).
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... Henry Latrobe, the shrine had had to be restored to it’s original design.
The stunning architecture boasts of its contemporary artwork and magnificent cultural institutions which offered to us a personal tour of the tunnel where the Blessed Sacrament was located below the ground. It majestically sits on a hill just above the Baltimore Harbor and has become the center of the country’s FIRST archdiocese.