Benikea Hotel Acacia
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... their performances.
Not one student fell asleep or looked even close to being bored. In fact at times it was ***********trol the energy of the room. This was not because students were not focused it was because they were so into the activity I had to remember to keep them on time.
Koreanism of the Day:
Koreans drink a cold tea (it tastes like wheat) after each meal to aid with digestion. It is actually really refreshing and helps you ...
... feel the weight of the earth above me....we got deeper and deeper and then reached the tunnel itself....we were wearing hard hats (?improvement on a swimming hat!), had to stoop as we walked and I could feel myself starting to panic...so...I turned around and went back!! Relief!! Kevin said that at the end of the tunnel there were some lights and barbed wire...big deal?! At the end of the tour we returned to Seoul and decided to visit Namdaemun Market the largest ...
... small but kitted out with modern appliances including a small wooden tub and a toilet with all the Japanese mod-cons - heated seat, bidet and blow dry. A bowl of charcoal sticks in water added more humidity to the dry air.
Winnie who was the manager of the property spoke excellent English and helped us get settled. She introduced Rakkojae's history, gave us some ideas for our Seoul itinerary and so forth. She also warned us apologetically ...
... sweet potato salad and plenty of other interesting bits and bobs to try.
The next morning we said goodbye to Incheon and it massive airport with more duty free bag shops than you can ever imagine and cutie kitsch cafés and boarded for the second leg of our journey. This time the thought of the 12 hour flight didn't really excite us. But we did it. It was really tough, especially the last few hours however, ...
... in the all school play at Keith School when I embodied Mrs. Jewels, the kind-hearted teacher who gave each child a chance...similar to my hope as I begin my career as a teacher. Bed time it is!
Another post will be coming SOON! Lots to share about my past few weeks....get ready!