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... greeted us and began speaking English, probably happy to finally be able to use it. He asked us all about where we were from, where we live in Korea and before we knew it he was ushering us to the front of the line like VIPs.
On the bike we were able to take some great photos of a side of Korea many people don't often see. Usually people either think of the hussle and bussle of Seoul or farmlands of rice paddies, but here we got to see the rocky cliffs that ...
... To take me to three places I wanted to go he agreed to 80,000w ($70) which would be the same as renting a car but he said I would be stuck in traffic most of the time due to the holiday which was quite honest of him to turn away the business.
There was supposed to be a bus to the German Village that takes over ...
... hike to the temple. I was a little bummed since I hadn't got to do any hiking on this supposedly "hike-intensive" trip and still wanted to do something more than waiting around for the group to come back, so John and I decided to make our way to the temple by ourselves. We caught the bus and heard some other Korean girls ask the bus driver for the name of the temple so we figured we would just follow them. We got off with them when the bus driver told them to get off ...
... them. I knew for a fact that the trail was a loop but they kept asking me to follow them, back the same way down (it was probably about 600 stairs by then) so no, I wasn't about to do that. It took me a while to persuade them I actually knew where I was going. Finally they said goodbye and went on their way. I found the trail I was looking for and took the slope down instead of the stairs, that was a relief.
Meanwhile, I was constantly asked to pose for photos with ...
... join the line just ahead of me. At one point, I'd had enough and decided to give one a disapproving look, but my parents raised me too well and as soon as I made eye contact I realized the error of my ways. I smiled instead, giving her an "Oh, of course. You're totally right, Go ahead." gesture and slinking away.
None of the old ladies seemed the least bit concerned about, or possibly even aware of, the yellow and red warning signs stating that the pavilion was ...
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