InterContinental Alpensia Pyeongchang Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... minute till sun rise alarm warning system I jumped out of bed like a shot and before I knew it I was joining the masses of Koreans with their cameras at the ready to see the sun rise over the ocean. Tim played the 'it's my birthday I’m staying in bed card’ so had a lovely lie in whilst I battled for a photo spot in the sunrise garden.
I am pleased to report that the sky was clear and it was a perfect day to see an ...
I met my travel buddy, Paul, and the Dangjin bus terminal after school on Friday and we were both packed and ready to get on the road. After a quick toasted sandwich we were on our bus headed towards Seoul. We would spend the night in Seoul and then meet up with our tour group on the morning that would take us snowboarding.
The bus ride went off without a hitch and soon we were through the Friday night traffic and traveling through the subways of ...
... lift ticket for 60,000 W=60 bucks. Not bad! Everyone looked so stylish, with matching couples gear, to snazzy bright neon jackets logo-ed out with name brands. But, me, not so much. I was given a bright red jacket with black stripes and purple flowered pants and a white hat. (I think they got a good laugh out of the foreigner looking ridiculous!) Now, where to go? The resort has 31 slopes, but only about 11 were open this early in the season.There are no ...
We found this cute motel with the window facing a brick wall and a round leather bed...... tasty,
In is a nice enough little town and is famous for its caves near by which you can visit 2 of.
On Wednesday when we arrived we just walked around and to be honest we where a bit shattered so we had a nice long afternoon nap. I know another very exciting part of our trip you just had ...
... of people who i managed to get to know better over the course of the day.
Got to High1 picked up our ski gear and the boys decided to buy ridiculous hats which are all the rage in Korea ( atleast with our students,lol) and headed up to a very very cold, but snowlacking mountain but the powder they had put down was actually pretty good and there were enough slopes open to just mess around for the day and at the top of the mountain it was freezing ...