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... about the Korean Culture and Education Systems both in Australia and at the PD here in Korea we were told a very different story. The Home group goes for 30 minutes. It seems that there is much sitting around by the students and chatting. I keep getting told how stressed Home group Teachers are because of this extra time they give up with no compensation and also because of the fact they look after the Home group like a Year Level coordinator would ...
... this is a demilitarised zone between South and North Korea. It looks like a very good idea to open such places for turists. First of all, it brings money, and the second - the south-korenean guide will, of course, present their official view about the korenean conflict. Israel should learn from their experience in this area.
In the evening we visited the Contemporary Art museum. It's a modern light building with many interesting exhibitions of local and ...
Arrived from: Shanghai
Start date: 14/09/13
... North was to use this tunnel to bring up to 30'000 soldiers per hour to the south. Upon its discovery the North claimed that it was just a coal mine shaft which was dug too far (they even painted the tunnel walls black). This is a bit of a joke as the whole area is made of granite rock. A quite steep 300 meter long access tunnel brought us 70 meters down were we could walk for about 500 meters into the tunnel which was full of old dynamites holes. We were glad that ...
... and some hong kong dollars to get by on.I arrived in Hong Kong 3 hours later and literally ran out the airport to catch the first bus for my first adventure/bucket enlistee, the Tian Tan Buddha
The bus system of Hong Kong is very European-esk with double decker buses. I personally loved them because I could get a great view of the city from a high-rise front seat. I was a bit apprehensive about knowing where I was going, but I just stayed ...