- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
- Banquet room
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... tombs nearby, at least one of them was the burial place of one of the kings. We then went to see the actual tomb that was excavated.
Korea wrote Chinese until probably the 1600's when one of the kings invented the current Korean alphabet with 10 vowels and 14 consonants. The sounds of r's and f's do not exist in Korean. A common feature of many far eastern languages based on Chinese.
Hotel in Daegu, 4th largest city in Korea with 2.3 million people.
... entrance, it was the wrong place entirely. Gracie and I tried our best to find other means to reach the village where the festival took place. Since there was one bus shuttling to the area, there had to be more, right? Nope. None at all.
A little disheartened, we walked to find somewhere to sit and gather our thoughts, but with Seollal in full effect, sunrise closed most of the shops in the city. I never ...
It's official. Autumn is here. And it is beautiful!! I mean this. Really. I mean, I like autumn in the states. What's not to like? Football games until December. Hot chocolate to drink even though it's not cold. Leaves falling off the trees when they're still green and not turning any color other than brown. Beautiful really.
Honestly, I don't know that I've ever really appreciated ...
... squeeze in a nap in between! A sweet lady on the bus called Mrs Lee talked to me for most of the journey and offered me fruit and snacks. She was a photographer and had stayed at Haeinsa for 40 days, wow that's a long time! She clearly loves it though and goes back frequently. An hour later we reached Daegu and I relaxed in a cafe for a while before grabbing a taxi to my hotel. Thankfully I was able to check in even though I was early so first stop was a shower and power nap! The ...
... would get paid $100 for the shift although the event runs all day Saturday so there is a morning and afternoon shift. The program has been running for about 3-4 months.
So if you multiply the number of teachers doing shifts for both am/pm over a four month period getting paid $100 ...