Hotel Pop Green
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... flat. The keys
on the left side of the keyboard offered minimal travel and feedback,
while the keys on the right side offered zero travel and feedback. I
could not tell when I had truly activated any of the buttons on the
right. The typing experience was absolutely painful. There was no
"click" at all, the keyboard was total mush. It is one of the worst
keyboards I've tested in a very long time.
What a week. I am exhausted and extremely nervous about today. Hyeonwoo and I are being interviewed and my lesson being filmed by a news station here and the story will be aired on the 25th of July. The report will be about the program, our experiences and also looking at how I teach within the Performing Arts-pressure much?! I haven't eaten this morning and hopefully my 'practice' lessons have prepared all of ...
... in Korea. The market was a phenomenal assault on the senses!! So much to look at, amazing aromas and lots of noise and bustle. We wandered around soaking in the atmosphere and enjoying the spectacle! The food stalls looking amazing and there were little street cafés scattered within the market itself. At one stage a stall holder (dressed as a woman?!) tried to entice us to buy some of his goods by telling us that he was dressed in 'Gangnam style!!' A surreal end to a surreal ...
... between North and South Korea. North Koreas leader, Kimchee Jung ill, refuses to force kimchee on his starving people! If unification of the North and South requires them to eat kimchee, he'd rather build a nuclear bomb. In fact, he doesn't need any uranium all he needs is a load of kimchee. So just remember, if someone ( hopefully they don't claim to be a friend) offers to take you out to dinner for some kimchee, tell them to go to hell and RUN! Looking forward to our return! Matt and ...
... which can't fit on the stove at the same time), one spatula, a cheese grater, and then two each of plates, bowls, cups, spoons, chopsticks and knives. This has lead to some very creative ways of preparing meals. We have had delicious stir fry, pasta, tacos and french toast, but I was definitely missing things I could only make with an oven.....or so I thought.
Let me introduce you to my new favorite appliance: the rice maker. ...