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... for weeks in advance. Our Korean co-teachers were in-charge of decorating the classrooms and hallways and the foreign teachers handmade 8 pinatas out of paper mache. It was a lot of work but worth it in the end! For activities for the kindie kids we had them make paper bag bat puppets and Frankenstein puppets, pin-the-bow on the skeleton, make mud pie pudding cups, and break ...
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... that separates north and south Korea and is open to visit as part of a UN Camp Bonifas sponsored tour- all you need is to prearrange a tour and bring your passport. Not all tours go to the negotiating buildings as it has to be arranged with the UN and Koreans are not allowed in the area at all. It is the most heavily armed border in the world, with a claimed 1.8 million troops guarding both sides along the length of ...
... be covering the cost of the hotel
for the night because my plane was delayed due to weather issues, not
mechanical problems, but I could get it at a discounted rate. I also
found out that my luggage would not be on my original flight to
Seoul... once in Seoul I have to file a 'delayed baggage report' and
then the luggage will be on a plane the next day & arrive a day
later than me then be delivered to my home. I was a little concerned
... I did was absolutely worth doing. So after my first day, the rest of my time here was a whirlwind. Some days I was out all day sightseeing, and some I relaxed in a cafe and read, something not often done in Bangkok. My first Saturday in Seoul was spectacular. A Korean boy, Peter, staying at my hostel was in town to see a k-pop concert that was being sponsored by the duty-free company Lotte. His Mom had got free tickets after purchasing duty-free and he had 3 extra tickets which ...