Hotel Riviera Daejeon
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... an elaborate performance of changing of the guards.
We then checked into our hotel. Toiletries apparently cost extra in Korea. Nobody came to help with the luggage which apparently is the norm in Korea. Dinner was BBQ duck Korean style. Instead of wrapping the duck with little pancakes, we used leaves. Definitely a different taste sensation. We finished off dinner with noodles or rice.
More bus riding for the next week. ...
... blessings from the previous year. So, here is a short list of things we were blessed with in 2013: 1. The opportunity to live in another country together. 2. Our health, and the health of everyone we love. 3. The kind people of Korea who have helped us through these past months. 4. The chance to gain valuable work experience at a university. 5. Wonderful friends at home who have stayed in touch. 6. Amazing new friends we will ...
... waiting below to unhook you and set you free.
Up next was Stephen. But can you believe it, after all this hype- the whole reason we came!!- he backed out. I thought he was joking. Surely there was no way. But it was true.
Now, we drew straws (actually we played rock, paper, scissors for it and I lost) to see who would go last. I could almost guarantee that if I were left til last I wouldn't go. But the bungee gods were smiling upon me this day. The staff ...
Well, we have made it through the first half of our journey! Everyone we knew said it would go by fast, but we had no idea how quickly it would feel. It seems like no time has passed since we arrived in Korea as two confused and bewildered foreigners hoping to make it through this year alive. We have had the most amazing time so far and we look forward to what this next half has in store for us. This journey has done so much for both of us, ...
... younger children was following us down the stairs. His eyes got real wide and I smiled and said hello in English then Korean and did a little bow. He stopped and bowed real deep and said hello in Korean. So adorable. You can tell they respect that you are older. I accidentally hit my tray against a child's and he apologized and bowed like it was his fault >.< We were done after lunch so we took the taxi back. I had to go in for a check up so I took a taxi back out with a ...