Incheon Beach Airport Hotel
Travel Blogs from Incheon
... morning. Until then, I had no plans.
After a few hours of abusing my guesthouse’s ...
... to get there, but your housing and food is paid for. India sure would be an adventure. It’s been somewhere I’ve wanted to visit for a few years now. If I had that experience, hopefully by the end of the six months I would be able to find another job somewhere that would actually pay me.
Back up plan #4
The Peace Corps. It’s been something that I’ve been toying around with for the last 3 years or so. ...
... the hotel, I walked a block to the Paris Baguette Café and bought some glutinous rice bread - not bad! I then caught the free hotel shuttle to the airport and registered at the Korean transit desk for a free tour. I chose the "Asia in Incheon City Tour" which lasted for three and a half hours. The bus was air conditioned and the tour guide, Mr. Lee, very informative. After driving over the 21 and a half km long bridge ( too big to photograph!), we visited ...
... the Hainan Corridor, the Chinese Aviation authorities have asked us to stay grounded for the next 15min." 15min turned into to 30 and we were super relieved to be taking off.
We spent the rest of the flight to Seoul alternating between super excited to be going home and super anxious about making our connecting flight! At least we left the country experiencing the same crazy swings in emotions that we arrived with! Poetic really.
... boring (or awesome) things I’ve seen today!
My morning began at 3:40 when my alarm went off. I got up and attempted to get ready a
little bit and finish throwing last minute things into bags and suitcases. Let
me pause right here and say that packing for six months in two suitcases less
than 50 lbs apiece is on the top of my list of most difficult things I’ve ever
done. After a little lot more cramming, ...