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... a roadtrip back up north by myself, stopping in Virginia and Maryland along the way, finally home for Regatta day, a week in Scranton to work a cheerleading camp with George and his dad, Amanda's annual Wine Tour Weekend at the lake, up to Montreal to watch the USA Women's Soccer team in the semi-finals of the World Cup, celebrating the 4th at the lake with extended family, Country Music Festival in Albany, abroad friends meeting at the lake, a week trip to ...
... down the river as we have seen also attacks have occurred on personnel within the zone most sinisterly an axe attack on some American soldiers sent into the zone to cut down some trees which were blocking view lines. The most amazing attempt has rather enterprisingly been turned into a tourist earner by the South Korean regime. In 1974 a tunnel was discovered when a defector told the authorities about it. This tunnel is now known as the third infiltration tunnel ...
... to explore the area that we were staying in,with the Dongdaemun Design Plaza. Tim discovered ice cream served in canes rather than cones, we visited the stream by night and found a real life Night Market which was just being set up at 10pm….. It has long been tradition that the night markets run from 10pm to 6am. Who feels the need to shop for fake handbags at 4am, seriously??
Our last day in Seoul and we had booked a different accommodation, a tent ...
... Korean Air have cool uniforms! - We got fingerprint scanned at Immigration at Incheon - We drove over Incheon Bridge which is 21km long, the 7th longest cable-stayed bridge in the world (really, really long!) - Incheon Airport's free wifi was 5G!!! - Lots of smog in Seoul - Our hotel appeared to be mostly for layover passengers and not many others - The area our hotel was in was fairly odd. ...
... food stores any corners you turn. They seemed to like the ice shaving shops everywhere as well, mental note that we had to give that a try.
With so many coffee shops, and only one stomach, it was quite hard to decide which cafe to go in, but we ended up choosing the one that had good advertisement on the street (a sign with mouth watering cakes on), please read on the next blog about Maman Gāteau...