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... least not that beautiful in my opinion.
Our next destination was (or better would have been, haha) the Anapji pond. We walked in the direction of the pond but apparently we had walked past it.. So we could only see it on our way back. It was inside a park which would close in 10 minutes so we decided not to go.
On our way back to the station, from which we would take the bus back, we counted all the shops that sold 'Gyeongju ppang'/'Gyeongju bread' In the end it were ...
... can relate to. We all have one. It might not be written in the popular pages of best-selling books, but it's there. Alive, and always has been. And Gyeongju's history is the same way.
IMPORTANT: I do not claim to have a powerful grasp about geography, social constructs, or governmental politics. (In fact, those may be my biggest weaknesses.) I also did not major in Eastern Asian History, nor have I written ...
... led further to an elevated path along a lilly pond. There are actually inroads hiking trails connecting all the temples away from the main road but not clearly marked so I didnt want to get lost in the interior and decided to stay on the main road.
Another interesting temple next was Sambulsa ...
... on the second floor.
The outside grounds around the museum also had several lighthouse heads along with a real lighthouse which is closed to the public.
I timed everything so I could be back on the ...
... French girls in the hostel.
Gyeongju is an interesting place. It was a shame about the weather but such is the fun of travelling. One thing I did notice is that there are a large number of outdoor clothing and equipment shops in the city. It seemed like every street had one or more off them and any brand name you can think of has a shop there.