InterContinental Seoul COEX
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... me chills. I don't understand how there can be so much hatred. If we would have gone on a tour near the DMZ itself (above ground), there would have been many more restrictions imposed. Near the DMZ, the south can peer into the north and vice versa. However, the DMZ visitors can't stare nor can they wear name brand clothing or open toed shoes. North Korea is a significantly poorer country than the South; wearing name brands would be mocking them. After the DMZ, we ate ...
... me wonder if what I was doing was in fact worth of. Between the disrespectful behavior and racism, there were plenty of times that I wanted to get on a plane without notice and head back to my home. I stuck it out though, and the things that my kids did for me my final days as their teacher made it all worth it.
One of my classes gave me a going away party. And they bought me things with the little extra money they had. One student ...
... are a woman.
So, don't fall into the same societal traps that you are expected to end
up in. When you speak, speak like you got some sense. Go to school;
education is first and you can play later.
I could go on and on with the things my mom and grandmother taught me. I'm just grateful that God blessed me with these two. I couldn't have asked for anyone better.
I love you mom!!!
Until next time
... full of
comments and suggestions from her, the number and size of my classes, days and times
I’ll be teaching, and pictures of my apartment and classroom!!!! I felt like I just won the lottery. So many questions I had been wondering for so long were all of a sudden answered in a matter of 5 pages! Here’s a quick breakdown of what I’ll be doing for the next five months:
School: Neun Elementary in ...
... my apartment more "homey"...I'm satisfied Next was Everland "where everyday is a holiday" we'll that's the slogan at least. I feel like majority of my time here has been spent if vacation, so actually everlands not that far from accurate. This place is like the Korean version if Disney world, but (if its even possible) more cheery, bright, and cute. Chelsea and I took an hour bus ride outside of Seoul deep into the mountains. We arrived and the ...