Hotel The Palace
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... that the actors were lip-syncing (if you can call it that) to a cd track. What I thought would be an hour of a wonderful fine arts experience for young students turned out to be a mix between trying to calm student's terrified screams every time the wolves or beast came on stage, and waking them up in between. It was a long hour, and we were all very ready to go home by the end.
On Saturday, myself, Lindsay and Toby went to Apsan ...
I'm not saying that a superfluous amount of gifts in necessary. That is definitely not true. But I enjoy giving gifts to my loved ones. And I would hate to think that my child was under the impression that an old man whom they've never met knows more about their wants and desires than their own parent.
Whats more- for me anyway- Christmas has always been a time to be in the presence of your family friends. To eat lots ...
... country home but it can make for an interesting detour to spend some time downtown trying to navigate and find the place thru the maze of alleys
The easiest way to find the entrance alley is to start near the ...
... I was able to meet and say goodbye to the Principal which I hadnt done on Friday. He was nice and told me to call him if I come back to Korea and walked me out to the main door.
For lunch I had a big pizza as there wasnt any food at home for the last few days and I wasnt eating properly. I then got my cell phone cut and paid the final $16 due. Now a cab ride to the Daegu bus ...
... kept a close eye on on developing news stories related to North Korea, but none of these can provide you with a true picture of what the country is really like.
I've racked my brains trying to make sense of the whole experience, 'Was it really that strange or did my imagination decide to take me to a new level of perception?' I honestly do not know , but this uncertainty has left me yearning to return there again ...