Travel Blogs from Changwon
... a bus close by.
Similar to most Temples there was a collection of small buildings with different shrines inside. One has gold Buddha figures, another had a collection of carved painted figures. The carved figures came in two sizes, either 4 ft tall or 1 ft.
... I normally dont eat rice or food this heavy for breakfast. My stomach doesnt react well to so much Korean food on these arranged trips and we still had a sea squid bibimbab for lunch later today
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... 39;Gill Sans'">Little honking in Korea. In China you couldn’t count the number of times you would hear cars honking within a one minute time frame. It was eerily quiet in Korea. A friend said it makes people nervous if they get honked at, so people try not to honk as much. Interesting!
... cigarette smoke and empty bottles of sake and beer. The TV is blaring in the back ground with no eyes interested. The program volume fills the infrequent gaps between drunken storytelling and laughter.
I felt like the old man. Do these guys have any idea what time it is!? See that 'No Smoking’ sign on the wall? That’s not just for decoration. Even if they stopped smoking now, all my clothes will still smell like ****. So many hours earlier, I ...
... art. There was also an International Dance Festival going on while we were there...and I have to say I am very happy with my camera's sports shot...video sucks though.
While waiting for the train back to Gimcheon I became the rock-paper-scissors champion amongst us.
(Just a few pictures, rest on my FB)