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The bus from Pohang to Busan was easy to get. The bus terminal was a short walk around the corner from our hotel, buses ran every 10 minutes and only cost $8.10 to go for over an hour on the direct route.
On arriving at the Bus terminal in Busan we found the Subway, changed lines a couple of times and arrived in Haeundae Beach area. It was nice to stay by the beach and funny to see all the umbrellas and yellow ...
... Some spas are women or men only while others have "co-ed" areas. In these "co-ed" spas, men and women are free to socialize in most if the facilities such as saunas and steam rooms, but hot springs and bath houses are of course same-sex only. And no wonder because your spa-loaned outfits are checked at the door and men and women wander around freely... And naked, but more of that later. Some men and women spend their entire day here and others pop in for a ...
... No. 100 and get of at Yeongnam Apt. Then walk 10-15 min along the sign (totally takes 50 min). (located towards the end of Haeundae Beach)
Dalmaji Hill is full of character. There are plenty of old and mismatched buildings located at one side of the hill. At the same time, it is well known for its plethora of cafes which cater to young couples who come to enjoy a cup of coffee and the nice view of Haeundae Beach.
Dalmaji Hill is a one of the hip-pest area ...
... the host came out to open the office) and made myself a cup of coffee and enjoyed the peace and quiet. By 8:00 am I had paid for my room and was able to leave my gear in the kitchen while I went off to explore Haeundae Beach.
It was quite a long subway ride and when I got off the subway and came up onto the street I saw a bike shop (of course I had to go and explore). When I came out I realised I had lost an earring ...
... 4 and it was well worth it. The view was spectacular, made all the better by this being the first place that we had been in two weeks with air about as clear as back home. Buildings in Busan are quite colourful too and also many have green roofs. No, I don't mean the grass type roofs used in eco-friendly buildings, I mean painted green! I thoroughly enjoyed the tower and took lots of photos that I can use to bore the kids later. I have to ...