Hotel Incheon Airport
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... s immigration booths were pretty backed up. As usual military men were on hand to control the crowd. There were two special lines for diplomats and the like. These lines were empty, a young guard would pick certain people to go through those shorter lines, mostly families with children. The guard waved Josh Kelley, through to this special line then motioned at me to go through. I imagine it was because of our visible disabilities which I thought was kind. ...
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Moving on after my small joke of an endorsement that made me giggle. So he asked how I was and I told him I was tired, that I was ready to sleep. He speaks a little English but definitely enough to have simple conversations like this one. Not once did he tell me we weren't going to the apartment, and not once did he tell me we were going to the school. We pull up outside and I grab my bags in time ...
... so they used their plastic phone cases instead, with love letters written on them. Love locks can be found all over the world - Paris, Serbia, I saw them in Verona - and are meant to express a love that cannot be broken.
I have a new love for Korea and am grateful I now have a job that got me here. Thanks Nico!
Signing off for now. Next month - New Zealand and Australia! xo
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... National Museum. There were a lot of really old pots and things. Love it.
Then, we went to Itaewon, which is another shopping place, but not for long.
Next, we had 30 minutes to take in a traditional village, sort of like they have in Jeonju, but I thought it wasn't as good.
The sun was setting so we headed off to the big palace, Changdeokgung ...
... to make their hats work was ridiculous! The next guys did a Korean weapon and martial arts demonstration. Took down some straw men and bamboo and had some very intense mock fights. Looked sore! Bloody good though. Mario said they have stuff like that popping up all over the place and we were glad we got to see it.
Back on the bus we drove around past a couple of hundred metres of amazing palaces and temples and museums. All on huge manicured grounds right on the edge ...