Lotte Hotel Jeju
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... peninsula. With warmer weather and tropical plants, it is a popular place for vacations and honeymooners. We arrived early morning and found a breakfast place near our hotel and had black pork noodle soup, a mix plate of spicy stir fry rice cake, rice sausage, pork intestine and boiled egg - a very typical Korean breakfast. Jeju doesn't have a Metro system but it has a comprehensive network of buses. For less than $4 you can tour the whole Jeju island ...
... and climbed the Hallasan volcano. He obviously enjoyed the island despite not finding the much-desired elixir.
There is a series of highly detailed bas-relief sculptures of Xu Fu's journey outside the hall, and inside there are some models of Chinese chariots and warriors and ships and the like.
Next to the Seobok Exhibition Hall are very high sea cliffs with a waterfall plunging down onto the rocks below, the Jeongbang Waterfall. ₩2,000 and a walk down ...
... though. It was pretty dirty and littered with lightbulbs and boat debris.
Udo Island was lovely though. It's this island that's shaped like a cow that has some lava tubes and beaches and is a 20 minute ferry ride from Jeju Island. The beach we went to had fine white sand and clear blue water full of these tiny zebra fish and other larger leaping fish. Tons of little kittens and one very large bat. This bat shrieked like a banshee when it flew over us and it had ...
... wondering what a lava tube is (like we were), it's basically where an underground river of lava has pushed its way through soft rock to escape to the surface, leaving a tunnel (or tube) in its wake. Walking down the steps into the tunnel was like something out of an Indiana Jones movie, with vines and thick vegetation enveloping the stone staircases which lead down into a dark abyss. You could feel the temperature dropping with every step you ...
... hardened lava surface, oozing around the hardened lava and sticking out like an elephant's toe.
The pillar shaped lava column formations were created by the lava flows that initially flowed through the ceiling, the upper tube, and then flowed down to the floor of the lower tube. At the finishing point of the cave section open to the publlc, there is a 7.6 metres high lava column. It is the world's biggest known lava column.
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