Jeju Grand Hotel
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... time to time in longer staying places So as we were 5 nights and 6 days in Jeju - a small island, that Koreans like to call their Hawaii, at the bottom of the Korean Peninsula where Koreans spend their holidays - we took on our first AirBnB of the trip. We sought out a few different options from a few people on the site, offering cash to avoid the AirBnB surcharges. We were accepted by David and Esther, a nice young newly married couple who both quit their jobs recently ...
... what to expect and what I thought I would miss. It turns out that living on a resort island really has its perks! You can find most food items here that you would back home with a few exceptions here and there and a few additions here and there! Anyways, during my orientation at my new job they would feed us breakfast and lunch, which was wonderful; however, there are some food groups that Americans probably should eat in the morning that they choose to ignore. ...
... I went to work downloading photos while Christine and Francesca walked to the harbour.
When they returned we decided to go out to Noodle Street for dinner. After asking a few people directions we finally settled on a restaurant for noodles, dumplings, soju and somac, a combination of soju and beer (not unlike a shandy).
By the time we walked back to the hostel it was 10pm so time for a journal entry and bed.
... was in the middle of nowhere far far away from any other form of town, I would have thought that we were entering a horror film had it not been for the fact that rather than our hotel looking dark and gloomy on the outside it actually looked like it was sponsoring gay pride or advertising fruit pastels or waiting for Hansel and Gretel to show up; I could go on but in short it was big, stripy and contained all the colours of the rainbow, he had booked us in to a game show at ...
Before coming to Jeju, I had these glorious plans to hike Halla-san, the highest point in Korea. But then yesterday, realizing it is crazy humid and Halla-san is constantly in clouds, I decided to scrap that plan. It didn't help that I went out with an American teacher for dinner and met some other teachers, one of who said that he was climbing Halla yesterday and the rain made the hike entirely impossible.
Incidentally, that dinner was pretty good, with a ...