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- Spitting in the street is pretty common. I have even seen women spitting, although this is less common.
- Although many people can read and write in English, most people are ashamed of speaking with Anglophones in case they make a mistake. ...
... for it) and then continued walking and walking.
We made a quick stop at an overwhelmingly busy grocery store on the way home. We finally walked in the door to our room a little before nine. Now that I am fed and have written this post I just want to sleep.
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... route down the other side of our mystery peak, we looked down on the giant Buddha. We navigated our way past the old Deaseomun Gate and down an eroded and sketchy trail to the Guknyeong Temple.
As we got closer, we could hear music and clapping. It turns out we happened to arrive at the conclusion of a ceremony to dedicate a new bell tower that had been erected at the temple. The previous tower was falling apart, and a new one was ...
... young plaza, with Tom picking up a couple of polo shirts before continuing on to the teeming small shopping streets of Myeongdong. Jen was very pleased to replace her favourite leggings in Forever 21 and picked up three more cheap t-shirts to swap out! For Jens belated birthday dinner we managed to get a free voucher for our favourite Taiwanese restaurant Din Ti Fung, where ...
As we approached the DMZ, one of the major differences we encountered from taking the tour from the southern side,was the leniency of the North Korean authorities towards us. No clothing restrictions unlike the South(and US), no passports required,no military doing a search of the bus, no barbed wire fences leading up to Panjumon, just lots of beautiful scenery. It was not the drive I expected to experience on the way to the most military patrolled border in ...