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... strange saunas that are shaped and decorated like pyramids. We found the main sleeping hall and discovered that it had 2 big screen TVs playing some random Korean program loudly. Most people were milling around, visiting with friends or family. We looked down at the marble floors, which were heated just enough that they weren't cold, and then at each other. There were no blankets or sleeping pads, all we could find were little block shaped pillows ...
... You can also rent bikes and there are places you can stay overnight. I think it is one of the very few places in Korea where things stop happening at night so people go there for some peace and quiet. We just spent some time walking around and looking and things and taking the opportunity to meet more people but sharing the laughter about the weird things on show!!
After taking the boat back off the island we had lunch. It was BBQ chicken Korean style, ...
... enter. We came across army men carrying trays of ramen noodles out of a kitchen and when they saw two, young, foreigners come out of nowhere, they stopped in their tracks and almost dropped their lunch as they stared at us in shock. Then, all the sudden, they broke out their English "Where are you from" one soldier said shyly, in which I replied back, "USA, where are you from?" Laughter broke out and cut up the silence and stares a ...
... was not solely a “just-in-case” feature. After the jump was complete they would lower you down to this pool, where a very nice Korean man would be waiting to unhook your harness and paddle you safely to shore. Our conversation went something like this:
"You did good jump!"
"Yes! It was great!"
"Fantastic. You go again?"
"Not today, ha."
He was very kind :)
... by step, so I didn’t look like an absolute fool in front of everyone. Sitting on your knees for 45 minutes (view photos below) was the least favorite part of this whole experience, although I had to suck it up while I was in front of the kids.
As the Korean tea ceremony places emphasis on ease and naturalness, the whole ceremony is not as easy as it seems! And there are few rules and rituals regarding its procedure (a few is ...
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