Kyung Nam Tourist Hotel
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... that I did after arriving to Korea. The temple seemed to me peaceful place in spite of the fact that it situated in the crowded side of the city. I was amazed by colorful and peculiar detail on the walls of the temple. Moreover, the building was surrounded by many miraculous flowers and plants.
After that, as a tourist I should taste traditional food of the Korean culture. By this reason I went to ...
... a fair few china bowls have been chipped as stainless steel chopsticks rain down on to the waiting vessel below. I suppose I could have used the cutlery provided but where's the fun in that?
I moved on to my second round of mixing up my Bibimbap and managed to get sesame oil on the outside of its foil packaging and on my hands. "Not a problem" I thought as I licked the oil off my hand only to be instantly reminded of the ...
... looked us over very carefully with binoculars. It was a weird moment, and she was mortified. Eventually he went back inside and we continued inside the middle of the three blue buildings, where we could actually physically cross the border line (although technically in doing so we never left South Korea). There were a couple of soldiers in this building posing for us, and true to form they never once broke their poses or facial expressions. All soldiers ...
... hopefully just being there a little bit of that creativity found its way to me. For dinner, we decided to stay in the area and eat at one of the many restaurants. We spent some time walking down side alleys that branched off into half a dozen more until we found a place that looked perfect. From the front window you could see into the kitchen and they were making something that has become one of our new favourite foods in Korea: dumplings. But these weren't just any dumplings, ...
Breaching the two-minute barrier means Judd has the ‘A’ qualifying standard
for next month’s World Championships in Moscow and a victory at this
weekend’s Sainsbury’s British Championships in Birmingham, which double as
the World Trials, will guarantee selection.
In truth, her place in Russia is already pretty much assured but she is
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