Lord Beach Hotel Haeundae
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... over this busy port city. Busan has a thing about lots of number ones in Korea. Biggest temple, best beach and longest bridge. It must like boasting. The beach by the way was great, I was impressed, who knew Korea had good beaches. Like total slaves to our phones however we didn't get far down as we wanted to take advantage of the big Westin hotel free wifi.. Still that is how I sent the first blog.
Thanks, next port is Nagasaki.
... of Kim Jong Un ready to let leash at any moment. Kim Jong Un is the third member of the family to take succession which has never happened in any communist country. You can but hope that one day North Korea will be free from the madness and can be properly open for people to visit as the South is such a beautiful place and visiting the North is not impossible, but expensive and so controlled that you see little of the real country.
The cemetery was ...
... Festival; I am aware to the sheltered eye that this may seem an odd choice of events to be disappointed to have missed out on and don’t get me wrong, I wasn’t exactly crossing my fingers whenever someone had a cold or anything like that. Ideally I was just looking for an old family member of a CEO to pop their clogs; you know the type that had lived a long life, went peacefully and all ready set to call it a day whilst in harmony. Unfortunately I never had ...
... the population cheer the success of Psy's (what I'm confidently assuming will be) one hit wonder. The hope is, one day, that alongside Spain's Flamenco, South-Central America's Blues and Central Europe's Polka, Korea will have it's own musical brand solidified within the international consciousness.
So, can K Pop do for Korea what Bossa Nova did for Brazil?
Writing only one year after the formation of ...
... we went on a short walk - the scenes of streets you can see here is such a tiny area: the immediate streets outside our compound. I discovered today that the Dong-Gu area (our region) is huge, larger even than Norwich. This, in turn, is a small and relatively disregarded area of the much larger city - we are yet to brave 'Downtown'
The motorcyclists care not for such distinctions as road ...