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... weekend trip of the Daegu Bloggers. I had hoped to visit more sights such as the turtle ships, undersea Japanese built tunnel, and some of the temples. I'll have to come back and arrange another trip on my own.
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... to enjoy the weather on the beach for a while before our overnight ferry to Japan.
We are sad to be leaving South Korea, it is such a lovely country. We cannot believe how helpful and kind the Korean people are. On Saturday two people offered us their umbrellas and in the convenience store someone even helped us to choose a pot noodle! It just shows that sometimes it is better to go somewhere that not many people go to! ...
... sneak a peak of the lantern floats. A long row of cars sat with their generators running, and a team of men in utility vests were leaning and smoking in unison. This being the year of the rabbit, there was a large rabbit float, and smaller lanterns of the other signs. Buddha emerging from his lotus, and luminescent dragons. Dusk was falling and the release of fireworks and confetti from inside the ...
... in regards to the tour group. The bus dropped us off at noon and picked us up at 6. Frankly, that was just too long to be there. Around 4pm, there is only so much to do aside from wandering around the festival and watching bulls lock horns. Overall though, I think the experience was definitely worth it since you get to see a sport that is not all that well known about outside of Korea.
I stumbled upon a tent city filled with shops and food. I bought a few things to be shipped home later (its a surprise) and ate an actual corny dog. Lets just say the texas ones are way better. ALso I tried some kind of boiled bug. Either bendegi or mettugi, I think it was the later. It was small, brown and oval shapped. It tasted like a cooked pumpkin seed and was very salty. It actaully tasted pretty good.
Next I headed to ...