Jeju Grand Hotel
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... rests. However, it was 5 minute walk from the beach and local market. We took a nice long walk and celebrated thanksgiving by having the famous local ell dinner. Live ells were cleaned and placed in an aluminum foil with wonderful hot spices grilled over a hot plate. It was definitely "fresh" sea foods and quite tasty too.
Our last stop in Korea is Jeju island, also known as Hawaii of Korea. It is an island about one hour flight from ...
... and the tea museum. Kevin on the other hand climbed the Sarabong Peak which offered a nice view of Jeju city and was a good hill to spot starting planes. In the afternoon he also visited Gwandeokjeong Palace a nice restoration of a traditional Korean palace.
And that was Jeju Island as we flew the next day to Seoul. Jeju is definitely worthwhile a stop as it has quite a few sights to offer in a relaxed atmosphere.
... No luck in finding a long sleeved top but I enjoyed the stroll around.
Then it was off to the ferry where I asked for a bed, the same as last time. I went upstairs and sat reading and enjoying a snack when the two boys who had arrived in Jeju on the same ferry arrived in the waiting room. They came over to chat as one of them had recognised me. They had cycled round the island with huge backpacks (although one did have an electric bike) and they ...
... 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 ...
... happy driver. The sights included more waterfalls, dramatic seaside cliff scenery, and the three UNESCO World Heritage listed sites of Lava Tubes, Mount Hallasan and Ilchulbong (Sunrise Peak) a spectacular volcanic peak. We HAD to climb it of course! We walked through the Lava tubes too, some three kilometers, which was a wonderful experience. Our driver stopped at a lunch restaurant specializing in Seafood hotpot. It was delicious but the seafood, ...