Haeundae Grand Hotel
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Today was definetely one of my best days in Korea!
Together with a friend I met at work, we went to Gamcheon.
It's a village with a route along different art pieces, but not like statues or paintings.
Houses being decorated on the outside, walls with (okay) paintings, rooms with pictures and more. It was great, everything looked so colorful ^^ ...
... sure my passport, second bank card and emergency cash were still inside. That's when I saw the wet passport.
Thankfully all the writing and visa stamps are still legible, though the stamps have bled through to the next page. However, my passport photo has faded and smudged to the point where you can't see me. You can just make out my eyes and hair, everything else is a blur.
Jeju is like that. It is still one of the most popular tourist destinations ...
... pub themselves, it seems. Wow! Hostel. That's its name, rather than description, but seems cool. Lunch. Convenience. Beach. Ahhh. Reading: Updike, Rabbit, Run Appilike: Korea subway lite. It's not pretty, it's not searchable, but it lets you check which way you should be going and how to get places whilst offline. If you're online there are better ...
... enjoy a lengthy stay. The bus and metro system are great, making travelling around quite easy.
We spent the remainder of the afternoon riding a city bus to the end, returning on another bus to see as much of the city as we could. Our bus driver was delighted in our plan and insisted we take the second ride for free.
This morning we called in at a tourist agency, as recommended by the people at the tourist ...
... a real tragedy. The reasoning behind wanting to attend such a bizarre choice of event is because a dead person’s wake starts in the hospital room on the same day of the death! They literally don’t waste any time over in South Korea, there have been countless times that I have walked to work and what was an open sportswear shop in the morning will have been changed into a brand new bakery by the walk back. Not that I’m comparing Great Uncle ...