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See also my return trip to Tongyeong over four entries visiting Temples, the Undersea Tunnel, the Turtle Ships, Folk History Museum and Shrines to Admiral Lee
(first of four ...
... we saw more bulls and planes fly by as we were in the airports flight path (see blog entry Busan Gimhae Airport http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/londone7/1/1299486757/tpod.hml ) Along with exploring the Royal Tombs and National Museum (see next entry) it was a fun day ...
... enjoyed the fresh air. I was more impressed with Busan, but Seoul was nice as well. By the time we got to Seoul we were both a bit tired from our Busan trip, but it was still such a neat city to visit. So much of "old" Korea just reminded me of China. I met up with 3 former Korean students I had in OKC, and they took me out to another great traditional meal. I really enjoyed being there, but don't know if I am ready to move somewhere else besides ...
Hello again Limehouse!
I hope you're all having a lovely, relaxing weekend after your first week back at school.
We've had a wonderful time exploring the city of Busan! My friends Carolyn and Christina and I have walked all over the city and seen some really cool things.
We went to a fish market and saw hundreds of different kinds of fish. We went to three different beaches and swam in the sea (there are three ...
... globalisation', 'homogenisation' and many other -ations. Now, here I was in South Korea encouraging that very same thing. But the taste of the chai latte was so good, so festive, so...familiar. No trace of sweet potato, green tea or other such strangeness. Before I knew it my Christmas treat became a Tuesday habit to take me from school to the climbing gym. A journey filled with ...