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... sights was the lord’s bed. It certainly didn’t look comfortable, but the bamboo wife was funny. In the summer it is very hot, so the lord sleeps with the bamboo wife and the real wife sleeps in her quarters. Bamboo is supposed to be cool so a round woven tube around 10 inches in diameter serves as the sleeping companion.
Suwon, better known as Samsung City, was our location for lunch. Here we dined in ...
... issues, emotional stability, career qualities, and.......the restaurants of availability. A bit of honestly for your day; Lacasita may or may not have been within the top deciding factors. Move away for a year and then try to judge me. I kept staring at my list, but that's all I was doing with my time..just staring. I did the next most predictable thing. I went to talk to someone...Elio. He had actually called me before my trip very apologetic with ...
... out there for the rest of the night, talking and playing some drinking games. On the way to Exit I managed to win at a prize machine, like the ones you’d see in an arcade. Here in Suji they’re on almost every street corner, which is awesome. The prize I won was an ASP baton, which is a completely normal and safe prize to have in what is essentially a game designed for children and immature adults. If you don’t know what an ASP is, Google ...
First, I will visit Deoksugung Palace, because there is a ceremony for changing guard. The entrance fee is KRW 1,000. And this ...
... we know who that person was rather than it just being a name. It's the kind of information that would have been really useful when I was in China!
So aside from our 5 hours a day of classes we did a huge number of other activities. The student volunteers organised saturday activities for us - these were the Mud Festival, a Temple Stay and a Taekwondo session.
The mud festival basically speaks for itself - put thousands of young people together on ...