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When coming to Korea travel books and websites will tell you the following things you must do: go to Seoul and explore the city, take in the beach views of Busan, visit the DMZ for an inside look at the tensions between North and South and go for a hike up one of Korea's many mountains. It probably won't tell you to visit Yeosu, but it should and here is why:
After weeks of oppressive heat and increasing temperatures without a downward turn it sight, we decided to ...
... 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 ...
Well I headed off to Yeosu today to see the Hyangiram temple. Needless to say, there were a lot of buses involved in the day trip. I went all the way to the very bottom of Korea. There's nothing left after that! Besides Jeju. I slept all the way to Gwangju, then I slept all the way to Yeosu. I must've been tired.
The temple is built into a cliff. So it's quite the climb up many stairs. But once you get to the top you can look off into the distance where there is only ...
This morning I knew that aquarium entry with less than a six hour wait was a lost cause, so I took some time to scout out a way to the ferry terminal that didn't involve going through the Expo. It turned out there was a shuttle bus stopping just outside of the train station that would drive visitors through the Expo to the ferry terminal gate.
Once inside the Expo, I thought I would get some waffles for breakfast from the Belgian pavilion, but there was no staff to be ...
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