Lotte Hotel Busan
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... from the Nomadic life. It would be nice to set down some roots for a while, buy the food we wanted when we wanted and make things ourselves, earn some money and come back to Japan when we are feeling more excited at the prospect.
So we found cheap flights via Tokyo then direct to London and got it booked. It was an exciting prospect to see Kat's family again and for Mark to get lots of climbing in during the ...
... and away from the city. It looks like a shortcut or something for those people that don't need to drive through the slower streets of downtown. The way the bridge curves around at certain points almost makes it look like the cars are driving off into the water.
Back to the trail... We picked up a map (all in Korean) and got some instructions from a park worker (all in Korean) and set off to see what we could see. We decided to do the forest trail first, then cut down ...
... uses two different types of water. The sodium bicarbonate hot springs are pumped with water from 100m underground and is called the "beauty bathtub" for its ability to remove dead skin and make your skin and hair shiny. The sodium chloride hot springs are similar to sea water and is definitely a "hot" tub with temperatures sparing to relieve muscle and joint pains. You'll also be pleased to know these springs are sterilized 36 times a day!
If hot ...
... s the worlds larger department store. It was very expensive, Louis V. Store and such. I had like 14 floors and 4 basement floors. All we really had time to do was eat and visit a bookstore before it closed at 8. . We were a group of 4 but 2 ppl joined us at the last second so we had to take 2 cabs to go to "beach bikini" bar/club. Since its 4th of July a bunch of people wanted to go out and get drink, we figured we would just hand out. So I get in the first taxi ...
... to a custard slice, it’s just Korea’s efficiency and intensity is mind blowing. Therefore with a funeral being the most extreme example of their fast paced lifestyles I was intrigued to attend. In England our funerals take a week to organise, while our stores go out of business and remain empty for a year and a half.
The first few days back home could prove interesting; I’m intrigued to see how reverse culture shock may affect me. Locals ...