Incheon Airport Transit Hotel
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We enjoyed a traditional lunch but sat in western style chairs, not on floor cushions. When we arrived we had to remove our shoes. When using the facilities, we were surprised to find a pair of slippers at the door. Neither Bruce nor I could fit in the respective pairs.
After lunch, we visited the Jogyesa Buddhist Temple, the only one in Seoul. Religiously the country is mixed with ½ ...
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... that we realised why those people were so anxious. The hall was extremely packed with people and there was very weak air-conditioning (it's summer in Korea by the way). Queues were messy and not moving at all.
It took us one hour to finally clear the immigration. The check-in luggage belt had already stopped moving and all the bags were scattered on the belt, yet to be collected.
We made our way to the airport rail station which was quite a long walk from the ...
... it doesn't sink in until we realize that as quickly as someone can be born is just as quickly as someone can die. In fact, we anticipate births but rarely prepare or anticipate death. Over the weekend, I received news that was totally unexpected. I woke up to the news that my father has been diagnosed with stage 4 liver cancer, and that all doctors can do is call hospice to keep him comfortable. It seems to me that I frequently get these bombs dropped on ...
... babies, I had this nagging feeling that I should be more concerned than I am. Granted, the atmosphere here in Korea is very calm. It is primarily because North Korea has threatened to launch an attack on South Korea so many times that they are no longer taken seriously. But the other reason is because of the culture of Koreans; they don't like to discuss confrontation. So while I do believe in not living in fear, I also believe that I should be alert to what's going on. But, ...