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... just some tiny flakes, but SNOW! The first snowfall I've seen, so it was pretty exciting! (See selfie)
We then went into the university teahouse for a lesson in performing a tea ceremony! We even had a tea master come in to show us how it's done. We all dressed up in the traditional clothes (Hanbok) and were taught how to sit properly, feet off the cushion, left knee down first, cross-legged (for the whole hour). The whole ettiquete is quite intricate so I'll just ...
... one of the attractions on the way, a local palace, was closed so that option was gone. We had a number of opportunities – visiting a traditional Chinese housing estate, markets, high end shopping – and/or eating. We headed off in groups and had a good five hours exploring and spending money! Split from Kayden we were on our own getting back to the hotel. Some took the easy option of getting a taxi back (NZ$22) while others had ...
... there. There was a little bar on a patio, a lady selling corn dogs and then we assumed the tower was all that was left above us. Were we wrong. Luckily we walked up to the tower (even though we didn't plan on going up in the tower), there was a monument and tons of restaurants and most importantly the locks of love, everywhere! First we just noticed the trees made out of locks (and trinkets, including cell phone cases). Then I remembered reading on a blog that there was ...
Plane landed 1 hour later since we took off an hour later. Immigration Lines were really long, so we lost another hour just waiting for our immigration guy who was slower than all the others. Since incheon is an hour plus away from Seoul city center, we thought it would be wiser to store our luggage at the airport, so we can your the little time we have luggage free. Turns out there are only 2 luggage storage spots and they are at opposite ends of the U shaped airport. With my luck ...
... I obviously miss certain aspects of the states, but I don't think about them often because I am not reminded of them. However, today I went over to a friends to watch the Michigan-Notre Dame game and it sure did make me miss ****** game day food and being with friends and family back in the states. There is just something so American about the game of Football.
Life is good here-hope the same for all of you over there in the good ol' United States of America!