Hotel La Mir
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Arriving in Seoul was like déjŕ vu. The last time we felt this way was arriving in Buenos Aires after time spent in Bolivia. In both instances we’d spent time in places that felt slightly off the beaten track or a lot less developed, to land smack bang into a thriving city. Once again, as in Buenos Aires, we were underdressed and ever so conscious of our backpacker apparel. The difference this time being that the Seoulsiders didn’t give us the same looks of disdain for our ...
... s petty oneupmanship. We also visited the famous third tunnel, one of 4 known tunnels dug by the north Koreans in the 1970's (though naturally they deny it) that was suspected to have been planned to help troops infiltrate Seoul in a planned invasion of the south. There is an odd mix of emotion in various stages of the tour, but the whole experience was very interesting to say the least
Ismét egy fantasztikus kiállítást mutat be a Seoul Arts Center - Yayoi Kusama: A Dream I Dreamed. Több mint 100 festmény, szobrok, videók és installációk - egy kicsit zavart japán elme csodás pöttyös álmai!! Nekem nagyon tetszett, ajánlom mindenkinek! :-)
Another fantastic exhibition in ...
... here is to mix soju with beer, which we did! Game over….I let you imagine what happened next.
The next day was hangover day…but nothing too bad. We met my friend Vikash near Changdeokgung Palace. After we lunch we visited the Secret garden at the back of the Palace. It was really nice to get to catch up with Vikash. It was a lovely day.
The architecture of Palaces and the layout of the gardens are not as fine as those one can see ...
... we didn't see much of that:-). We watched as people around us in the noodle house mixed the kimchee together with the rice noodles ( from noodle soup) using their metal chop sticks( a trick which is tough to duplicate). We've eaten stranger things in some very strange ways lately ( insects, eating by hand, etc), so we felt up to the task. In fact, we even asked for extra kimchee which brought a smile to the Koreans around us. All we can say is eating fermented cabbage is definitely ...