Lotte Hotel Jeju
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... stop here with a bit of a walk. It's very lush rainforest and clearly a popular area with very well maintained paths and signs. Next we go to a gallery of a private collection of Korean Art ( some rather erotic) uncomfortable to say the least with 9 other people we had only just met! Not at all what we were expecting this early on a Saturday morning with no warning. Maybe the signs explained a bit!! Outside there ...
... but I didn't want to be on a ferry for 5 hours ( and I had read that you don't get an allocated seat, just floor space so take a blanket and a picnic). So, we decided to fly, which meant we had to catch the train back to Busan, and fly to Jeju. It all worked in 1 day, so we it was easy. Jeju is a small island off the southern tip of Korea. It is called the Hawaii of Korea, and is a big ...
... of Sejong the Great. I tried to decipher it with no success.
It is impossible to conceive of a language more difficult, more impenetrable, than Korean. Translating a single paragraph is akin to slashing through a kilometre of undergrowth in the Amazon rainforest with a blunt machete. Its only saving grace for the novice is that, uniquely in this part of the world, Korean has an alphabet which an educated person can learn in only one ...
... daft Waygookin (foreigners). Fortunately a couple of them were helpful and put some rocks down so the car could ease its way down, but we still managed to give the underside a huge bang as it bounced down!
After a long day, we were all 'touristed out' so we drove back to Seogwipo, arriving back in town late and being turned away from 6 (yes 6!) restaurants who all closed at 9 before finally giving up and eating a bulgogi burger (yum) in McDonalds.
... bus when I first heard a stop on my list. Since the list was backwards, this meant I got off too early. Since I was still in the town of Hallim and the park was just beyond it, I decided to get on the next bus and continue in the direction I had been going in. So I did that, but again I was hearing stop names that I though were beyond the park, so I got off the second bus early as well. This time, I flagged down a cab, which took a bit of persistence because there weren't many ...