Majestic Minima Hotel
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... map of the City-Hall area including Insa-dong, Myeong-dong and Bukchon. The guide is pretty much self-explanatory; explains stuff on the map.
Korea - Tourist Map - The last and biggest map! This one not only covers Seoul/ Downtown, but has an overview of the entire country of Korea. I'm going to look like such a tourist carrying around all these maps ._.
Onto the books! I'll try keep it short
Seoul book of ...
... we had prepped in the morning. Other than the sunshine and food there were two other things that made me smile here: zip line (see pictures) and free powered public BBQ stations. Free, and public! They were stainless steel boxes with a hot plate and fat drain hole. Press a button and off you go. No wonder the Aussies have a reputation, I'd be off to the park to cook my Sunday fry up in winter. My excitement ...
... the same length flight as when I left for this trip, this one seemed 10x as long. It seemed like forever before we crossed the Western Australia coast and even longer before we sighted Adelaide. Touched down just on 8pm. It didn't take long to get my bag or to get through customs thankfully.
And so my four week crusade to the Baltic drew to a close. I arrived home tired, but happy to be back.
... was Roger Casement, he was executed in England in 1916 for gun running,now an interesting fact is that I went to his “lying in State” as a young chap,I know I look old but that old? What happened was...in 1966 he was exhumed and his body brought back to Ireland to be buried, where I as a wee chappie was brought along by me Dad or was it me Grandad????ANYWAY he “lay in State” for a few days before being buried in ...
... Then we went to see the Tasmanian Devils being fed. They look like very docile creatures until you see them noshing away on kangaroo meat. Yikes!
Then, we went to the koala area. I'm still trying to decide what was cuter, fairy penguins or koalas. Frank and I each opted for the special "hold and photo" - and had our picture taken holding a full-grown koala. He was adorable and very soft. He was very content to be man-handled and photographed ...