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The class is very loud and do not listen when the teacher speaks. The English teacher has asked me to introduce myself and talk about Australia. Students are excited and ask me many questions but do not seem to be listening to the answer. The teacher is having to translate my responses but students do not seem to be listening. They are chatting and talking amongst themselves. I am shocked that students are so rowdy and naughty. In ...
... top I met a nice America guy called Kelly. We got chatting about our travels and took some pictures of each other. I kind of wanted to go up the Seoul tower but the queue was way too long. The view looked good from where we were standing just a shame there were to many trees in front of us. We didn't stay for sunset because we would of had to wait up there another hour so we headed down to get some food. I wasn't hungry because I had just eaten but I fancied ...
Want to go? Go to the Gupabal Station and follow the arrow to the Bukhansan exit. Get on bus #704 or #8772 and get off at the Bukhansan Information Center. Follow the signs toward the Deaseomun Gate. You will continue up the trail until you reach a couple of old shacks. The main trail goes left, but you want to go right, up a narrow concrete stairway behind the shacks. Follow this trail and it will take you right to the temple!
My path as a confused 20 something/understander of life is one that evolved in the most dramatic of manners. I found myself down paths with people from all over the world and all walks of life. I was stripped of the anxious, insecure, naive, single, shallow minded, young girl into a woman who took this lost trail as a coming of age moment. This diverse world full of inequality confused me. I had to completely lose myself down blurred roads ...
... was living in South Korea from one of our tour guides, he became very interested in learning more about me and the south, which at first had me pretty worried. He had to get one of our Korean guides to translate his questions for me. So as the three of us chatted at the front of the bus, it seemed like there was complete silence as others were curious to hear his questions. He wanted to know about life in South Korea and what I was doing there. Then the ...