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... clear: go straight from
Exit 10 of the metro and then cross the road at the next zebra crossing. The bus had dropped me by Exit 10 so I took a
punt as to which way to go and crawled off loaded down like a donkey only to find
three zebra crossings all going in different directions... Turning tail I went back to the Sejong Hotel,
collared the bell boy and as part of my route involved the Pacific Hotel, he
pointed me in that direction. ...
... mind. In the end, it wasn't a big deal since we were out exploring for most of the day. The base felt closed off to the rest of Korea. It was fenced in with gates that we had to check in and out of. The restaurants within the base were Popeye's, Pizza Hut and Subway. Where is the kimbap? My aunt and I decided to walk to the North Seoul tower, which is also known as the love tower. It reminded me of the Seattle space ...
... memories. Sheryl is such a fun, interesting, funny, caring, and supportive friend. She is the perfect partner in travel crime.
In no time at all we will be reunited with friends from around the world. I can't wait to meet up with our dear friends and family as we travel.
Sheryl: It was time to say goodbye to the place that I had called home for the last 4 and a half years. This was the second time that I would leave Seoul 'for good' but unlike ...
... on a Friday night by a very lively neighbourhood with tons of street acts, full bars and restaurants and music being played left right and centre. Next it was Claire's wedding, the reason why we came to Seoul before anything else and it was fantastic to experience a traditional Korean wedding with all the different dresses and both ...
... and from time to time even contribute something of value. It's interesting how much different I'm perceived in Korea than in the U.S. People view me as quiet, laid back and easygoing. I think that's about the opposite of my persona back home, but my natural difficulties in engaging in complex conversation and the general culture of deferring to elders are major contributing factors here in Korea. I've been ...