Karak Tourist Hotel
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... was an hour long, and it was cheap to get into, but it was fairly crowded, and taught at a rather fast pace. I don't think I really picked anything up because it was jam packed of stuff to learn. I later found out after class when they opened up the dancefloor, that everyone there had been going for quite a while and they were all amazing dancers. I didn't really hang around after the class. Too awkward being the only non-dancer there. Then Friday, ...
... br> 42 people, 4 countries, 11 concerts, 1 parade, 2 fast trains, 1 sleeper train, 8 flights, countless bus trips, 2 hospitalisations, a flock of ducks, 5 interpreters, 756 cases of diarrhoea, 1 police call out (not us!), 11 standing ovations, 7 hotels, 2 comfortable beds, 851 servings of KFC, 1 drip to the DMZ and a whole pile of fantastic memories.
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With only a couple months left in the wonderful country, we decided to take a mini-vacation to Seoul to see it one last time. It is actually really sad to think that we might never be back there. Luckily, we have enough laughs, memories and photographs to last us our lifetimes. Our farewell trip to Seoul began with the usual train ride early in the morning. Some people hate the train, but we kind of love it. We could have easily taken the bullet KTX and gotten there ...
and then was rejected because they were too shy to speak English, or so I was
told. After another pit stop at the
convenience store, we were ready to boogie down. The first club we went to reminded me of Tao
in Vegas on a weekend in the sense that you just get shoved along, with
absolutely no space to move. We found
the 2nd club to be much more accommodating so that's where we spent the bulk of
... is split into a dozen scattered fragments. In a sense, it's terrifying, but ultimately it's probably a good thing.
The transition is always hard, especially when it's trans-cultural, but I'm getting quicker and quicker at picking myself up and adapting to new environments. I've gone from being someone who always needs to feel in control of everything to someone who can let go and let life carry me. It's ...