Travel Blogs from Daegu
This will be my final post for this blog. I thought it may be appropriate to mention the people I traveled with including the guides, cameraman, driver and fellow tourists ( apart from my Daegu buddy Rich, who I knew before the trip!).
Our tour guides:
Chris: Canadian, very funny, terrible singer...very knowledgable about the DPRK as are all the Koryo tour guides. Asked him what the most popular question he is asked during the tour; 'Where's the ...
A mai órák anyaga a Buddha születéséről és ifjúkoráról szóló tanmesék feldolgozása volt. A nagyok könnyebben, a kicsik nehezebben teljesítették a penzumot, de sok-sok játékkal sikerült az órákat könnyedebbé tenni. Délután páros kvízverseny, majd ismét hűsítő pancsolás következett. Utóbbira inkább a nagyok indultak, a kicsik inkább bent maradtak rajzolni. A tábort sok nevetéssel és tehetségkutató show-val egybekötött ...
Leaving Korea can be an emotional and stressful time with a million and one things to remember. Fortunately for Canadians and Americans we are eligible for a Pension Refund and can apply for this within 30 days of our departure date.
Things to take to the Pension Office include
- copy ...
... about $24.
After lunch we headed out to wander the streets of Daegu. We ended up in an upscale shopping area complete with a concert stage and a 4D movie theater. They have many American brands here like Ben****ns, Starbucks, TGI Fridays, Dunkin Donuts, and a lot of fast food places. The prices are good at these too. You can get a Big-Mac value meal for 3,000 Won, that's about $2.60. And on top of ...
"Why are you fat? What do you eat? Do you eat rice at home? Do you eat lots of cake?"
So in my limited Korean I try making conversation explaining I dont eat rice as we get that everyday at school, so they wanted to know what I eat and cook at home.
Then they replied "lets order chicken and beer"! Excuse me, didnt you just say ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking