Jeju Grand Hotel
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I decide to spend my last night on the island in Jeju-si the capital city of Jeju. I attempt to head but to the April 3rd Memorial Park and Museum but it closes at 4pm, it's a two hour bus ride away, and I have just missed the 1 pm bus. Being that the next bus will be get me there 5 minutes before closing and then it's another two hours back I decide to walk about town instead.
I find my way to ...
... again this blog needs to come with a warning that it is not for the feint hearted as Love Land is one of the strangest places I have ever been and it even makes the Penis Park look like a Disney attraction. Love Land is a park filled with rather large erotic statues. What more can I say??!! Apparently if Lonely Planet is to be believed, In South Korea business that run museums receive a tax break so that is why there are so many especially in Jeju, and why a ...
... This is an outdoor museum where traditional life in Jeju was shown.
That night we got an early night because we were going to ascend Mt. Hallasan, which is the tallest peak in South Korea.
The trail we were taking up was about 10km long and the trail on the way down was about 9km. We also had to add another 3.5km at the end to hike back to a bus stop. That's for a grand total of 22.5 km!
We arrived at the ...
... longest 2 points running from east to west. Most of the main roads run around the outside edge of the island in a big circle with a few roads then running north to south. Mt. Hallasan, the tallest mountain in Korea and an extinct volcano, sits right in the center of the island, Jeju city is in the north and Segwipo is in the south. Other than that they’re houses sprinkled here and there but no real huge resort areas like you would expect, its quite nice. The downside is that ...
... the subway to seoul!! i got pushed all around on subway train--was very crowded!!! nice older man let me sit down after a lady got off:)!!........then veg pizza for me when we got back!!!....josh did some teaching of using iphone/droad(sp?) until i got headache!! josh is giving me one of their old iphones to use:)!! will be great listening to 3 abn/christain music while at ...