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... yet it will be relocated nearby and the current one converted to some sort of cultural and historical site. A beautiful new suspension bridge linking two parts of the bustling city will be opened next month, replacing one built in the 1960s, which replaced a drawbridge built in the 1930s. The troubled relationships with their many times conquerors and occupiers: Japan and China, were covered. South Koreans make about $25,000 US/year.
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... font-family: arial, sans-serif; line-height: 18px;"># of buses: 26
# of taxis: 2
# of water taxis: 4
# of beers: 81
# of monies found: 17.78 Euros, 8.05 Peruvian soles, 26 cents American, 10 cents Bolivian, 1 ...
... we made it back safely.
Once we met up with Hommar and Gaby, the four of us went down to the beach for a swim in the sea. Considering it was the middle of September, the weather was about 90 degrees with very little humidity and the water was the perfect temperature for swimming.
The evening was the perfect ending to the day: a walk along the edge of the beach through a park, dinner at a small Korean restaurant and night ...
... they were having fun.
After lunch we attended a wine tasting. The wine wasn’t that fantastic nor was the company at first. We keep on being seated with the really oldies and sometimes they look at us like we are crew and what are we doing in this situation. That’s ok, they warmed up a little at the end.
Off to trivia again, and we couldn’t find any friends so we had to use our own brains ...
... and taking some pictures before conking out. However, our burst of energy was short-lived. That conversation lasted a mere minute before we both realized how tired we truly were.
The next morning we woke up at 7 AM. This would be 5 PM Toronto time so good on us for sleeping until then! Although the city was still asleep on this beautiful Saturday morning, we decided to stroll around, grab a bite to eat and pray to sweet baby ...