Incheon Airport Transit Hotel
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... from around the world come to Seoul to work in the technology and manufacturing fields. Seoul is also home to a large US army base.
Our guide, Jay was awaiting us at the base of the gangplank and our two-day adventure of exploring both the old and new began.
Incheon, the port city has 31/2 million residents. It is a bustling modern port but we headed directly for Seoul. Along the way, Jay built our ...
... Apparently my school had allotted up to $150 for me to set myself up. Korean surprise! I didn’t ...
... platters with a variety of kimchi to test our palettes. Following the kimchi, we were herded downstairs to dress in traditional Korean clothing. There were some good laughs to be had, but everyone looked great and enjoyed the experience. Next up was Sea-LaLa, an indoor waterpark and spa combination. The group swam, played cards, used the various saunas and steam rooms, and just had a great afternoon with each other. As you can see in the ...
... Ko San Road between 8 and 9, but of course we got in at 4am. Wtf are we supposed to do at 4am! We walked down Ko San Road, which was still full of life from the previous night and stopped to get massages. Ah these were the best massages everrrrrr. And I only paid $9 for an hour, yayy! Keli and I were originally going to do last minute shopping and stuff and then go to the hotel. However, we flipped everything around and headed back to the hotel around 5am ...
... 8 kms away.
A mostly downhill ride on a lovely warm afternoon, past pear orchards full of blossoms, and temples, and mountains and then past Camp Stanley, the American base left from the Korean War. Finally I saw the turn-off for Cheonghak-ri and, when I passed the local bike shop I knew I was almost there. I walked into Carla’s apartment at 4:30 pm and she arrived home about half an hour later.
Again it was catch up on news time and the evening flew ...