Busan Kukje Hotel
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... flights on Air AsiaX we bundled up since they fly with the temperature in the freezing range to get you to invest in their "comfort kit".
Busan was nice enough but the south is really for the summer with all its islands so we only stayed two night. Took i some temples, smelled the fish market, visited the UN cemetery and walked along the ocean in a park. Overall we liked the city. Good for walking, easy metro and our hotel was in a good for tourists.
... baby cup until we realise the price was $32 (£18!)
The strange thing is that despite the price of everything being pretty high in Korea and their high level of technology you still can't put toilet paper in the toilets, it has to go in a rubbish bin, they only put hand towels in hotel bathrooms instead of bath towels and the elevators countrywide are to put it mildy ****! They don't even have elevators in alot of ...
... Room that radiates electrons from SEV meant to metabolize your body
Salt Room which is made of raw salt from floor to ceiling meant to rid your body of toxins
Dry Sauna which is typical to a cedar sauna you might find in a fitness center in North America
Ice Room which, as the name suggests, is a cold room meant to close your pores and lower body temperature
In addition to these saunas, there are also hot spring baths in the men's and women's ...
... to shore and decided that was enough. Not long after we went to check in at the hotel... Which is actually a fancy resort. 5 of us in a room on mats but the people in the room are all quiet and chill people so I knew it would be okay. We even have an ocean view! How awesome. After a quick shower we headed for a baseball game but it was pouring and got cancelled before we got there. So instead we were dropped off at Busan Centum Department Store (I think that's the ...
... running through my head, along with how long will all this take, will we have to lug our heavy packs around Seoul etc, etc. Of course lovely, lovely Jess came up with a grand ol’ idea. She suggested we stay in a 24-hour spa known in Korean as a jimjilbang (sp.?). Now, I also had reservations about this. I have a fear of toe fungus and a 24-hour spa seemed like a breeding ground of all sorts of fungi. Alas, Jess said she had gone to one with Marta ...