Milano Crown Hotel Jeju
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When we decided to go to Jeju we knew that it was South Koreas biggest island, but we had no idea just how big it was. We expected a little island with pretty beaches and a small town. What we actually arrived on was an Island metropolis 73km long and 41 km wide with a population of 580,000 and everything you would expect to find in a big city, including a huge modern shiny airport.
We struck gold with our hostel, Yeha City Hall is the sort of place that ...
... est chouette. A un moment, un homme un peu âgé (ahjussi) m’a pris mon appareil et m’a fait poser. Au début j’ai pris une pose normale, mais il a décrété que ce n’était pas assez funkie alors il a mimé ce que je devais faire (voir photo). Il m’a fait bien rire !
Pour mon dernier jour, je me suis fait une courte balade dans la ville de Jéju. J’ai croisé quelques cerisiers en fleurs. Un prélude à ce qui m’attend au Japon.
... festival keeping me company I had about an hour’s nap. Finally I could resist the music no longer and wandered back to the park in time for a performance by the local police band (great pop music) and lots of people enjoying the outdoor sites and sounds.
Time for dinner and the hostel does have a limited kitchen for food prep and, apparently a bar, where beer can be purchased in the ...
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Since returning from the trip we have learnt that we have all become Ambassadors for Jeju's New 7th Natural Wonder Campaign and Committee Members!
... 12:15 when she told me this). So I assumed, I'd come across the stop sooner rather than later. Fifteen minutes of backcountry roads and no one else in sight, I was officially worried. Thankfully the next intersection turned out to have a few stops and I asked a local to help me find the right one.
Looking back, that road from Sambansan, which circled around the mountain was quite nice--solitude, just grassy and rocky nature. Very ...