Karak Tourist Hotel
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... one line (not even sure if I read it correctly) in the time he read both pages. So, I'm pretty dismal at the moment. I bought a Korean/English book yesterday, where the left side is in English, and right side is in Korean so I'll have a crack at reading the Korean version when I have time.
Lunch was an on-campus burger joint, where I had a cheeseburger with chips and coke, so nothing interesting like fuzzy seaweed or whatnot. Although they're really keen on the ...
The concert finished later than expected. This coupled with heavy traffic (11:30pm – go figure!) resulted in late hotel return. Many of us were very thirsty and without a gig today you can imagine what transpired. The Musical Director amongst many others were still enjoying the local offerings as late as 5:00am – some sore heads this morning.
Today was a proper day off. No official commitments and the ...
... vendors. I get a bit nauseated when I eat on a plane, so that was in the process or wearing off when we arrived to the area to eat. Squid chips were the first thing we found, so we got a bag of those and kept walking. Next we found caramelized sweet potatoes (not on the list but quite delicious) and fresh lemonade out of a bag. The streets were packed, but apparently for the area that is a very common occurrence. We wondered into a building where we could people watch ...
... have met some great people here in Korea to explore with. It is always fun discovering a new country, however it is much more fun when you have someone by your side to share the experiences with.
New things I have learned:
-Koreans apparently love the word "Story." Every other store has the word story in the name-Nail Story, Cafe Story, Storyway, Hangul characters and then the word story in english....I am very curious as to where this obsession ...
... with had a South Korean Government Director and his cronies. We removed our shoes, crossed our legs and sat at a long table in a cave like room - apparently the Deputy Prime Minister of the UK had been there the week before (must be good then I thought). Then out came a series of small dishes containing rather unusual and unrecognizable delicacies. I kept prodding the food with my chopstick (which quickly turned into a fork) trying to suss ...