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... in the world for 5 years in a row or something. It was only built in 2000. This airport offers tours, for free, for people on layovers. They had a variety of tours, for different amounts of time. I could have spent time in their nice recliners, or taking a shower which they offer, but instead I decided to see a bit of Korea.
I was able to fit in a one hour tour, then a tour hour tour. I had come from a very warm climate, ...
... the rural experience I’d imagined. On the plus side the town’s bordered by a pretty river, with forested hills on the far side. I was disappointed by the air pollution (on the bus ride from the airport, one of the staffers had assured us that ...
Staying at a fellow traveler/teacher's place near Incheon while trying
to get a ferry ticket to China. We met Jacob (that happens to have a
flatmate named Jacob) in Jeju Island and he kindly offered us shelter
for the two nights we have to stay near Incheon waiting for the ferry
which leaves tomorrow at 11am. We had a barbecue yesterday on the
rooftop of their apartment building, it was really fun to hang out and
speak with other ...
... the night, the heat and humidity was so overwhelming, we were sweating by the time we got into the cabs. We arrived at the bus terminal a few minutes later to wait for the bus that would be taking us to the airport. We were so excited to be going home to see our families that we didn't mind waiting in the stifling hot bus terminal for 30 minutes for our bus. That is, until we noticed the Mosquitos. We had managed to make it through the first part of summer without ...
... preserved of the five remaining royal Joseon
palaces. The palace grounds are comprised of a public palace area, a royal
family residence building, and the rear garden. Known as a place of rest for the
kings, the rear garden boasts a gigantic tree that is over 300 years old, a
small pond, and a pavilion.
The palace gained in importance starting
from the time of 9th king of Joseon, Seongjong, when a number of kings began
using it as a place ...