Holiday Inn Alpensia Pyeongcha
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... the hill the rest of the way.
Overall, there weren't too many people at the resort. The wait in the mid-mountain lift lines wasn't more than 5 minutes. However, the people that were around were all clustered on the long beginner slopes. The intermediate and advanced slopes were essentially empty, which was good for me, but there was a sea of beginners and families to dodge once I merged with the final portion of the beginner hill on the way back to the lift.
... a 'Korean style' room, i.e. one with no bed! while everyone else had double rooms. My room was in fact bigger than everyone else's and with no furniture except the dining table and kitchen stuff in (all the rooms were like small apartments) looked absolutely huge! I was also two floors above the others which meant a better view AND I couldn't hear the party still going on when I eventually went to bed! Since my bed was basically a duvet underneath me on the floor, ...
Ski trip with Adventure Korea for Lunar New Year 2012. The resort is one of the most popular in Korea, with slopes for all levels of expertise.
Adventure Korea organise discounted trips around Korea and to nearby countries. They arranged everything from ski rentals to accommodation (Korean style!).
... came up to have lunch and pray at 10am every Sunday and we were welcome to join anytime! We chatted away in our broken languages and sipped on tea served in handmade ceramic cups. I then expected some sort of healthy, traditional snack to accompany the tea. Instead we were handed moonpies, an artificial marshmallow and chocolate cake that is a favorite amongst all Korean children. Moonpies? For real?! The younger monk spoke pretty ...
... edge and it suddenly seemed so much higher than it did less than a minute ago. The man tells me to keep going. I don't think it is possible for me to walk out any farther without falling off, but I suppose that is what I was supposed to do. Fall off, and pray that everything worked out the way it was supposed to. The man quickly counts down from 5 and before I know it, there is no longer anything under my feet and I am falling. And falling. ...
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