Gunsan Riverhill Tourist Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gunsan
... you do. Students often don't know the time and energy we put into planning lessons, marking tests and assignments and answering their questions so to have so many say thank you and acknoweldge the hard work that everyone does was really nice. The best part of the ceremony was the song. I was told by one of the other professors that it was a traditonal song that is sung on Teacher's Day. It took all my strength not to laugh; not because it was silly, but ...
... me to a country of rice paddies, Buddhas and Hyundai…to Korea. Before, I had no interest in moving to Asia to teach. It just didn't seem like me. However, a series of events led me to a small town in South Korea to start a journey that I can’t even begin to understand right now. And, did I mention I’m not alone. In what can only be described as the most amazing gift in the world, my boyfriend Mike has decided to come with me. Together, we are ...
Amazing. There is NOTHING Korean in this store. I got turkey bacon and also some real cheese. Can you believe it?
Also, I took some shots of the dorms and other things.
Then I brought Dave back to Iksan to pick up all his stuff. We stopped for lunch and I accidentally ordered...worms...
... arial, sans-serif; line-height: 17px;">- You can often make purchases by swiping your card, without entering codes or signing anything. You feel very secure about your finances.
- You never know how to dress. It might be school picture day or you might be going on a staff hike up a mountain. You just never know.
Also here are some of their blog entries from the various experiences on the three day event
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking