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... alkotása nyerte. A tehetséges fiatal rendező filmje már több mint 30 díjat kapott világszerte, Szöulban Vácz Péternek ítélték a fődíjat és a közönségdíjat. A díjakat szimbolikusan a szöuli magyar nagykövetség munkatársa vette át. (No, ki volt az? :-))
... the SJA Visitor Centre where we received our UN passes and watched a slide show about the SJA.
From there we were escorted to the actual border, and taken inside the conference centre and to stand on North Korean soil.
We were allowed to take pictures into North Korea but not of the south side of the complex in case of espionage. We had to pass in double file as we entered and exited the buildings at the SJA but were free to roam about and to take pictures in ...
... you read that right...a cafe with dogs.
I took my swollen eyes and lack of energy to this cafe and approached the day seeking any type of comfort. We ordered lattes and literally sat on the floor petting puppies. A temporary form of affection that i hope doesnt become a regular. She also invited me to this amazing church, it your from my area lull understand my reference that its very similar to Hillside. I hope to go back and use this ...
... us in to a very clever and enthralling spectacle. They produced modern art pieces on canvas and in water as we watched using all kinds in trickery. Chris even had her broach studied by torch light as one of them danced around the aisles. Very clever and very different. A pleasant walk home down a wide avenue at night feeling quite safe.
Ballerina loves B Bop dancer. Stunning colour and imagery - great show. A blend of B Bop (Korean hip hop/break
dance) and ...
... While you could pay a few won to use mounted binoculars to take a peek, taking a picture of the North was more problematic. Several feet behind the edge of the observatory ran a yellow line you had to stand behind to take pictures. If you were short, the wall and binoculars got in the way. If you, say, grabbed one of the stools by the binoculars and stood on that to take a picture, the guards were not appreciative of your ingenuity. However, if you just happened to be two ...