Jeju Grand Hotel
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... stops, Ben and I reached the peak but poor Jay decided to go down half way. The view on top of the peak was great but the throngs of humanity spoilt the fun a tweeny bit - as I would have loved to spend a quiet moment with my God at this peak.
Seongeup Folk Village a stone village beside wind turbines was an interesting site where we listened to the triads of honey (not that the session was interesting as I could not understand it!).
The next destination was the ...
... 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 ...
A short one hour flight brought us to Jeju Island a few hundred kilometers south of the main Korean Peninsula. Jeju Island is a very popular with domestic and international tourists alike and we were kind of happy that it was the end of the high season and that things were already quieter.
After a short bus ride into the center of Jeju city, which is located on the north side of the Island, we found a simple but ...
... we headed back to Jeju-Si, stopping off for some Jeju spaghetti-style Korean soup and dumplings (mul mandu). The next day we'd planned to do a hike up the highest mountain in Korea which is in the centre of Jeju-Do. Unfortunately it was hazy and decided that we would save it for Friday as our flight wasn't until very late. So Thursday ended up being rather chilled and we caught up on blogs and emails over a couple of coffees. ...
... a country road. I didnt see any cabs at the auto museum and no buses go on this route. There is another miniature world the other side of the island, and for some reason Jeju seems to have two of several museums, and countless number of maze parks.
Opposite the miniature world was an egyptian desgined mirror maze which I had already been to at Psyche World yesterday. Inside this was probably one of my favourite places. Aside from the usual stuff, Buckingham ...