Holiday Inn Alpensia Pyeongcha
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... lit. Even though it was still fairly foggy and snowing heavily, I knew the runs well enough and they were wide enough that I didn't have any trouble navigating and could just enjoy the fresh snow and general ambiance.
So I'm not sure I can say "good time had by all", but I can certainly say "excellent time had by me". The only frustrations I had related to problems with the group tour. Everything started late, including something as simple as giving us the ...
... things on it. After lunch we went to the tomb of King Sejong the Great who is the man who invented the Korean script in the 15th century so that all people would be able to read and write rather than just the scholars who were the only ones able to read the Chinese characters used up until then.
Unfortunately my heart wasn't really in the visit as my mind was on people at home and wishing I could have been there so I didn't learn as much as I could have there. ...
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!).
... monks I presume. My vision of a life as a monk is living a simple and pure life, living off the earth and eating organic food, with no distractions or technology. Well, they seemed to enjoy their moonpies and doses of high fructose corn syrup and watching dramas with dreamy Korean star Kim Joo Won. Maybe they were new age monks, but in any event it was a surreal experience to have tea with monks, basically in my backyard, overlooking ...
... Olympics in 2010, but trying again for 2018. We stopped in Gangneug on the way to the resort, as the buses stopped running by the time we arrived on Friday and stayed stayed in a hotel suite with a beach front view and spent the evening lighting fireworks we bought from the corner store. After a 20 minute commute to the resort, we were greeted by chaos and mass confusion in the lodge, but after a mere 2 hours, we were sorted with rental clothing, skis, ...
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