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... be. I waited and God provided a job at exactly the right time that He saw fit.
Thank you all so much for your prayers and words of encouragement over the last 3 months that I have been in Korea waiting for a teaching job. I have truly been blessed by each and every one of you.
I hope everyone has a great week!!!
... looked like a school for monks or maybe some material arts.
Since the wind was so strong we decided to go somewhere inside and so we took a taxi and went to a Lotte Department Store, where we had dinner.
After dinner we went to the roof but it was already dark and cold and you could hear the wind hauling, scary but wonderful at the same time!
... Gimhae airport was a confused jumble as everything on South Korean roads always is. A driver shepherded me towards his taxi, a luxury black Hyundai. I saw the word 'limousine' printed on the side, but all the normal-looking taxis were in the outside lanes away from the kerb in a gridlock. "No no no no, aniyo! I don't want a limousine. I want a taxi!"
"Yes, yes, it's a taxi," the driver assured me.
"No, I only want to pay a taxi fare."
After two days doing little, I figured I should see a bit more of Busan than Haeundae beach. Yesterday I had taken myself off for a long run around 11, which wasn't as big a mistake as it might have been, given a cloudy day, though the heat was deceptive and I was soaked through by (before) the end. I ran along the coast, as I has on Saturday, reaching a natural turning point at 'the view', a restaurant on top of a hill, just behind a large area enclosed by green netting that had ...
... of this type of accommodation is for couples who need a little privacy to, um, conduct business...I hope you follow where we're going with this, after all, our parents are reading. Thankfully, over the years they have become more popular with tourists and travellers due to the low cost. We had been told by some people that you can generally tell the good ones from the bad from the main entrance. Since the lobby was a tiny little room with a tiny little slot in a wall ...