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... to see Korea for the first time, albeit from the inside of the international airport.
The rest details my experience in the airport.
Disclaimer: I was only in the international airport for 4 hours. My opinions on Korea are about as accurate as my opinions on Madagascar. They are not scientific, objective or universal.
Korea is obsessed with K-pop. My students in Suzhou listened to it non- stop during breaks, after school and during independent ...
... version of Sydney's Newtown.
I spent some time at a café waiting for my tablet to charge up. I will miss South Korea but I will not miss the coffee! It is a mind-blowingly fascinating country with an ancient culture and modern technology. Please do consider visiting the Land of Morning Calm.
After just hanging around soaking up the vibe, it was off to Incheon Airport where I am waiting for my next flight. This place is just ...
... hearing Robin Williams in "Good Morning Vietnam"). We got to visit the cleanest, emptiest and most underserviced train station in the world (Dorasan Station), Nick went down the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel which was dug by the North Koreans and was 73m underground, and we got to stand at a lookout and peer through some binoculars towards North Korea. I even got to show my sore finger to the North Koreans!
When I ...
... someone would have given me a heads up, I would have gone out and had a leisurely brunch while my clothes were drying, instead of starving and nervously snoozing until 12:30.
A couple of Irish (??) guys (I don't even care anymore where people are from) were in the same boat as me, except they weren't starving, so we went to a coffee shop and I had a nice crepe with fancy vegetable and fruit salad while they sipped coffee and awkwardly watched me shove it down my throat.
... Close knit bonds and unity.
Godly character and qualities.
Interrupted by broken trust, you see.
Broken promises from what used to be.
Now it's access denied,
no more intimacy.
Relationships affected by seeds of disunity.
While my purpose is not to make u think that you can't live life, and that more abundantly.
But to cause you to think, process, & realize we live life in seasons. That's the reality.