MGSM Executive Hotel and Conference Centre
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7:45am – Korean Airlines flight 122
6:45pm - Arrive Incheon
Flight here to Seoul was good....2 movies, books, newspapers...nice and relaxed but a few hassles getting to our hotel.
Nice buffet dinner.
Fascinated by the view from the plane of uniformly-shaped high rise blocks.
Went for an early morning walk next morning.
So it would appear that most students in this city wear a School Uniform of one kind or another. From little kids with floppy hats in a variety of colours such as blue and green dressed in T-Shirts and shorts to match to teens and college age in polo shirts and slacks or in some cases plaids. Blues, maroon, yellows, green, burgundy, a real kaleidoscope of colours. So today was about exploring Sydney on foot. It is ...
... the following night.
4. Losing Kari:
Now in our very intelligent, very-not-so-sober state, we managed to altogether lose a member of our group. She begs to differ, but she ran away from us. I mean between Squish, Skutes, and I, we managed to sing together, take pictures, remember we lost mom, forget we lost mom, and then remember again, it was a pretty eventful walk home. We ended up finding her in the apartment, asking us where we had been. We asked ...
... kick it up a notch for both of us. The more he comes to spend time with me the more I enjoy having someone around. I never thought the was possible. I was determined to be self sufficient and comfortable being alone but maybe my friend was right I can’t just abandon the world. Independents are not successful by shutting out everyone around you.
Why is life so complicated? I hope to continue on my path to self-discovery and I believe I will. I hope ...
... that are the predominant vegetation in the area. While here we hiked down past waterfalls to the National Pass which was built at a time when communities in the area were trying to out-do each other for the most beautiful walking circuit. This pass was cut into the side of a cliff to get the most spectactular views of water falls and colourful rock formations. Apparently the builder was lowered down over the cliff to lay out the route that they would carve the pathway into the cliff's edge.