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... it briefly. You pour tea from the thermos into the bottom left bowl for it to cool. This is because green tea should be brewed at 80 degrees, not 100. After a minute or so, you add green tea into the teapot, and then pour the water from the bowl into the teapot and let it steep for a couple minutes, before pouring tea for two. Tea is usually poured for two because it supposedly it for relationship building when you offer your tea to someone else. There's a bunch of other ...
... at the subway which required at least one transfer (NZ$1.20).
As festival participants we were offered free tickets to the final ‘Special Concert’ of the festival; The Budapest Saxophone Quartet (1st half) and German Brass. Both groups were exquisite and very much worth the NZ$95 ticket. It was nice to be on the audience side of a performance for once.
Some tired bodies returned to the hotel for ...
... tall swirly cone with ice cream stuffed inside. The cone wasn't a normal cone, it tasted like captain crunch cereal, yummy! If you couldn't tell already this is pretty much all we did in Seoul. haha
We found a different train that was more direct to our hostel, so we took that home. We stopped at a little bar on the way to our hostel. It was on the second floor and we sat outside on the patio. We realized pretty quickly we couldn't stay very long because up there ...
... br> *Shopping
*The Bidet's hot seat
Did not love:
*Freezing to the pt we stopped and bought hotpacks for hands and toes!
*Scenery out the train window- skyscrapers even in the rural countryside
*The Bidet's 'enema' setting.......
... was a yellow line and you were only supposed to take pictures behind that line. As you can imagine the South Korean guard had a busy time shouting at tourists which didn't care much about that line.
Afterwards our tour bus brought us to the Dorasan Train Station another rather grotesque sight. Next to station we saw a road sign saying 270 km to Pyongyang – North Korea's capital. One could say this really is a road less traveled.