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... planes: 13
# of trains: 138
# of ferries: 1
# of buses: 26
# of taxis: 2
# of water taxis: 4
# of beers: 81
... will soon forget. The moment was unexpectedly interrupted however, by some drunk Koreans setting off roman candles right beside out tent. They got an earful from Kelsey and were shooed away to play with their firey objects out of range of our tents. Once we were sure we were out of their line of fire (pun intended), we crawled into our tent for the night and fell asleep to the sound of the waves and the cool sea breeze passing through our ...
... a bar of it.
We then headed downtown to check out the markets. There is a quite famous market which is indoors but we found it just sold random DIY stuff, so got out of there quick smart. There are markets and stalls everywhere so not really that much of a bother. So much seafood everywhere, things I have never seen before either. Between getting your seafood you can also buy yourself a new handbag or maybe a jumper??
... have died in the wilderness? You never know…
After the zoo, Devin, Jess and I headed to Myeong-dong which is Seoul’s shopping district! Our first stop upon arriving in this area was food (of course). Devin paid for a Korean BBQ feast and we all chowed down pretty hard. Then. We hit the streets. It was around 7 PM by the time we had finished dinner and the streets of Myeong-dong were bumpin’. We were mostly window shopping ...
... beach. On the way I destroyed my first umbrella.
The hostel had a lot more English books so I stayed in, venturing out only to get some dinner at a very nice place across the road.
Monday 17 September
The typhoon arrived and it was just like you see on TV. Waves crashing on the beach, wind howling, things banging and falling off and ...