Haeundae Grand Hotel
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The annual Fireworks Festival in Busan at the Gwangali beach.
We went with most of the foreign staffmembers, about 1.5 hours before it would start and it was definetely a good idea, going there so early. Just before the time it would start it was packed with people but we had a good spot in the front and at 20.00 ...
... for a sonata of colour. Animated birds, love hearts, gold, red, blue, teal. I could never tire of watching it.
And the buildings on shore are the same too. The whole of Gwangalli Beach, apartments, hotels, bars, restaurants, is a dizzying swirl of every colour in the visible electromagnetic spectrum. The Confucian East Asian civilisation, the great cultural empire that gave the world fireworks and paper lanterns, sure loves to light things up at night. (Except ...
... would allow you to drop a raw egg from Deck 7 to Deck 5 in the atrium without it breaking. Our entry was using a paper cup with a parachute made with a rain poncho and the egg wrapped up in padding inside.
Craig then did a bit of laundry and I finished my photo sorting. I was having problems with my laptop hard drive being full as I’ve been storing all our photos on there.
We headed up to the Horizon for a bit of ...
I started this blog whilst sitting at the airport gate, waiting to board my plane and it dawned on me how many stories are floating around an airport. Each customer is there to end or start an experience, even if just as simple as preparing for a long weekend away. Other than a hospital, I would say no other building carries the variety of emotions that an airport contains; anxiety, excitement, worry, happiness, sadness, panic, stress, curiousity to name but a few. ...
... capital, Seoul, had barely even been conceived until mid-way through the seventies and although it was officially a democratic state, it would suffer political turmoil, military rule and martial law until well into the 1980s.
In the early 60s, beginning with a few rock and roll artists like Shin Joong-hyun playing in U.S army bases, Korea did manage a brief stint of a-groovin' and a-shakin' until in 1975 when, with ...