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... lt;/a>! It was an interesting experience, and I was also the only foreigner in a class taught in Korean. Fortunately the owner( I think?) spoke english very well, as did the yoga instructor. The class I took was a 70 minute Ashtanga Vinyasa, which is apparently supposed to be externally and internally cleansing to the mind (according to Wikipedia). I've haven't practised yoga in a while, and Ashtanga was pretty different to what I'd done previously, so it ...
... stage for the last time and performed a light programme:
Georgia on My Mind
Oh When the Saints
Then there was a bit of speaking and presentation and the big finale. We remained on stage for the massed band items but unfortunately hadn’t been sent any music so we just looked decorative. All good!
We are now back in the hotel ...
... It's made up of traditional Korean houses known as hanoks, most of which are still lived in but some are now used as museums and tea rooms.
We then went to the top of the North Seoul Tower to watch the sun setting. The visibility wasn't great, but managed to get a few decent long exposure shots.
... venue, we had some fantastic
seafood pancake along with our fruit punch liqueur. Apparently the red berry we got was a known aphrodisiac
to locals, so during ordering, I requested for the sex berry rice wine in which
our server was quite amused with my newly coined term. Out of curiousity for the local culture, we
decided to play Rock Paper Scissors with the loser having to engage the
neigboring table. ...
... is the feeling of having no permanent home: I'm always packing and unpacking my things, settling down and then saying goodbye and moving in somewhere new. When I get home, I have two weeks at my parents' house, and then I'm moving to yet another new home. But knowing I'll probably find a job abroad nine months later, so how can I call it my home? I've been moving from house to house since childhood and my sense ...