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... proves, there's always something else to know.
This weekend I traveled to Busan, and I've made a list of 5 new things I wanted to share from being there.
1. Time is rare and it deserves attention. The time it takes to travel to an attraction can equal or be greater than the amount of time it takes to see the attraction itself. Public transportation requires serious forethought, and sometimes a helping hand is necessary to ...
... reached for it and brought it closer. He then proceeded to hand us a bottle of water that was clearly already used. Gross. I guess he thought we were friends after that because he came over and took a cracker right out of John's hand! I looked at John like "Did that really just happen" and John just nodded. We packed up everything and walked away as quickly as we could.
We eventually found the blue trail after wandering along a fence that was guarded with two men with ...
... t take pictures in the spa (for obvious reasons) but we included some from the website to give you an idea of how amazing this place is.
There are so many things to do in this spa that a full day would probably not be enough time to do it all. But, if you are interested in a truly Korean experience than a body scrub is for you. Since we did not bring our shower toiletries with us, we weren't able to do it this time, but stay tuned for future blogs when ...
... place, nothing. We tried to borrow a hotel phone, no. We sit in a cafe and I pull out my emergency phone (thank you Pek ). We also have little signs written in Korean in our name tags. It pretty much says "I am an American and I don't speak much Korean. I'm lost, can you please call ____." We all kinda laughed... Well thank god for them since we had phone numbers. We first called "say-ee" since she eat the one who went with us, but she didn't pick up so we called ...
... asked myself repeatedly over the last few days is what materialistic things I will miss the most about Korea, which had me thinking about the cheap travel, amazing music and local food; all definite contenders! However it’s hard to think beyond the general freedom the lifestyle over there provides you with though, I didn’t pay rent! I ate out every day! I’m not sure if the second point has more to do with the fact that I couldn’t find Heinz baked ...