Hotel Aqua Palace
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... was twice the size of any we have seen in NZ.
Lunch was different to anything we were used to. It was a salad in a bowl that you then added broth and rice too. Joanne was eating too slow so an old woman came and mixed up her food and started feeding her.
Next we painted masks. Masks hold special significance to the Koreans and some of the local children helped us.
... one and it is supposed to be beautiful. Our guide, JJ, is pretty quiet on the trip out but it's hard to talk on a subway. Even during the short walk up to the temple, JJ walks well ahead of us and doesn't have much to say. Thinking he must be saving his spiel, we get to the temple, huddle around JJ, and wait for him to tell us about the famous Beomeosa Temple, which was built by the Great Master Uisang in the Silla Dynasty. Apparently it is one of 25 ...
... and we kept going.
At the end of the green trail there was another covered area with benches. We decided to eat our lunch here. There was a worker that kept looking at us and getting closer and closer. I was hoping that he would just leave us alone. His friend showed up and they got to talking, so I thought we were in the clear. False. Just when we got our cookies and crackers out he came over rattling off something and pointing at my cookie package next to my bag. ...
... steamy rooms aren't your thing there is an outdoor open foot bath that has various temperatures to soothe sore feet, remove dead skin and leave your skin feeling soft and new. There is also a Relaxation Room that is meant to do just that. In this massive room there are reclining chairs equipped with personal TVs and speakers in the headrest so you can watch whatever you like in private. Or, you can take a nap, which is what we did for about 40 minutes.
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Jagalchi Fish Market
Jagalchi Station (Busan subway line 1), Exit 10. Turn right onto Jagalchi 3(sam)-gil Street. Walk for 5min, then turn left to arrive at Jagalchi Market.
When in Busan, the best place to experience a local market atmosphere and to learn a thing or two about seafood is at the Jagalchi Fish Market (자갈치시 9;). It is also Korea’s ...