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... in us as our own two loving cats trapped in their cattery in Hong Kong. I sat on the floor with a load of strangers while we all tried to force cats to sit on our laps.
We also had a good look around the shops. We found a great one called Spao which is apparently a Korean clothing store. Everything in there was perfect but also seemed to be a direct rip off of all the shops I've ever seen before. I got a lovely pair of ...
... t grow up religious and don’t have a spiritual understanding of sacred space. I’ve taken three classes about Buddhism but still feel that I have lack both understanding of the tradition and context for being here. I try not to make any conclusions or even observations because I can feel that the observations I do make are misguided, but it’s tough. It feels like I’ve walked into someone else’s private home and I’m digging around the ...
... Daegu. I did my online check in the previous night but in all the excitement didnt think to do it earlier in the day when I was still at school and had a printer for the boarding passes
I'd already bought my bus ticket online for the 10.20 bus which is four hours from ...
... sight and was relaxing to stroll along. That night we went bar hopping and I fulfilled another one of my daydreams. We found a music bar and an Irish pub! At the pub, I had the pleasure of drinking a draft Guiness AND a Rogue Dead Guy Ale! I constantly dream of great microbrew beers and/or any good type of beer that I used to take for granted back in the states. Here I was drinking a great beer in an Irish Pub that was playing La Liga. Life was ...
... on a hill and you can see directly over the DMZ and into North Korea. They city of Kaesong is visible in the distance as are the two large flag poles (mine is bigger than yours). Taking photos was a bit of an issue ans you were only allowed to take photos from within a yellow marked box, but a decent zoom on the camera helps.
From there we went back to Imjinjak to visit a couple ...