Hotel Hyundai Gyeongju
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... found in Korea and 6 boasted from this specific site.
In search of a little more history I make my way to the National Museum to learn the creation of the dynasty, their fall to the Chinese Tang and finally the Japanese occupation. Along the way I pass by more burial mounds and the Cheomseongdae Observatory. Then for the most disturbing part of the day. I walk by a beautiful field of orange colored ...
... Erin won't speak until she comes back.
The second video is of a new kindergarten class I've been in charge of teaching for the last few weeks or so. They're very young kids - around 5 years old - and it's been a challenge considering they don't have hardly any Korean language to work with, let alone a second language like English. But as you can see... at the end of the day, challenges can still be rewarding.
... Even simple decorations like those of the lotus flower continued to merely evolve with intricacies. Some call it a deviation from the norm, but I like to call it staying alive in another light.
History has many rarities. For one, it contains deviations. It has this little trick of revealing bends and warps in commonplace occurrences. If you look hard enough and look enough, you can find that peasants can attain ...
Robbo and Marta had come all the way to celebrate Christmas with us in Nepal in 2012 and we had not visited them once despite them living and teaching in the same country. It was time to repay the gesture, although we did not not nearly have to travel so far. We jumped on the KTX, a high-speed train that travels 305km/h and travelled to Sinyengju Station. Unfortunately, it did not feel very fast at all because the tracks were ...
It took about a km of hiking to get to this point and I didnt want to go further up as I had been biking today and already visited Golgulsa Temple in the morning (see two entries back) so didnt want to exhaust myself.
Returning back down ...