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... my planning refusing to believe that there were no hostels in Daegu with it being the 3rd largest city in South Korea, once he had done his research and confirmed what I had already told him he agreed that a slightly more expensive love hotel was the right place for us to be staying. Had Tim had any doubts prior to our arrival they immediately vanished when we got our room. It was huge, we had a cinema screen for a tv, we had 2 computers ...
... so much to make Seollal something worthwhile for me. Without her help in planning everything, these circumstances would have never came to be. Without her perseverance, we probably wouldn't have found our way out of the city streets. Sure, we weren't ready for the plan, and we also didn't make it to our festival, but we got to watch the first dawn of the new lunar year on our late train. And we surely found the biggest. Buddha. Ever.
... s Country. But you know what I mean. It's gorgeous. What's not to love about it?
This weekend I went with a friend to (and a friend of hers) to the Daegu Botanical Gardens and Arboretum. I will basically just let the pictures speak for themselves. I wish I could better capture how gorgeous everything is. Hopefully you can see a little bit through these photographs. I hope you enjoy. ...
Leaving Korea can be an emotional and stressful time with a million and one things to remember. Fortunately for Canadians and Americans we are eligible for a Pension Refund and can apply for this within 30 days of our departure date.
Things to take to the Pension Office include
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... The hospital dates it roots back a century ago when the original Missionaries established roots in the community. Starting as a converted home the original services provided were that of a local Physician with another converted home beside serving as a Schoolhouse. These are both now Museums and are open to the public.