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Long lie after a busy two days. Had trouble finding a seat for breakfast as we'd missed the restaurant service and there were very few seats in the conservatory self service. Too cold to use the outdoor seating. Needless to say we didn't starve. Rob to gym Kaye to line dancing. After lunch Rob spent a harrowing couple of hours in the laundry. Black tie dinner and tonight we managed to stay awake to go to the show - a comedian who was really quite ...
... chose it because it was the only place that had people eating in it. Two people, to be exact. After we sit and order, the man eating at the other table starts chatting with us. He seems a little bit Soju enlightened at 2pm, but hey, it's Chuseok after all, so we're happy to chat. We tell him where we're from (repeatedly) but he keeps on asking me if I'm from Vietnam.
We have no idea what he was he was talking about, but he kept on gesturing to himself, ...
... it already deserves to be there.
We were only allowed a few hours to enjoy the city. So there wasn't pretty much anything exciting except by the face that I have finally crossed out Jeju in my bucket list.
* all photos are mine :)
... Jeju Confucian Academy! I knew this was wrong, but said thanks and paid him anyway. I double-checked that it was not the right place and walked back up the street to where he had pointed when he said Gwandoekjeong. This was the second group of old buildings I'd seen. I was finally in the right place for both the Jejumok-Gwana and the Gwandoekjeong.
The Jejmok-Gwana was a mid-sized cluster of buildings. While the only building surviving from ...
... mackerel and was given two large fish I think for 15,000w ($12). After we drove back to our hotel. Again this was a resort style hotel facing the ocean with lots of palm trees.
At this price range I would have expected a bit more. The hotel had an odd design with the reception on the third floor. The room itself was nice but not as large as the night before. There was no flat screen tv but a balcony overlooking ...
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