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... It was also only one lane wide with several small yield ways for cars to pull over and let others pass. Of course, this being Korea, everyone is rather impatient and tries to squeeze through first which creates a bit of a traffic jam. Thankfully, we made it out in one piece without a single scratch.
We arrived at the start of the bikes and saw that behind the starting point was a large mountain and a small bay. We made a mental note to check it out after our run. ...
... alternate plans for next weekend. I did however report the incident to the Korea Tourism Organization.
I was looking forward to it as there is a German Village, American Village, coastal plantation terraces used in movies, a mountain top temple in the centre, and several other large temples.
... everyone else was. 30,000 won later we were back at the beach and calling our trip leader who was then so angry and confused as to why we were at the beach again. He was getting angry with us and we just said that the taxi driver had brought us here we and we had nothing to do with the misinformation he gave the taxi driver. Apparently, everyone else had packed up their things and put them on the bus with them so they could leave right after hiking. We were the only ones ...
... what, stairs.
I was up for a little challenge so I climbed to the peak. The very first step that I took, I managed to brutally bash my knee against a huge rock. Resulting in a giant purple bruise the next day.
Once I got to the top, a couple tried to kidnap me (again). She had to talk to me about her son in Toronto and then she had to take a picture with me at the top. She was wearing high heels the whole time! Then, they tried to get me to go down the ...
... in for the wait.
The line wasn't too bad. Much of it was in the shade, and there were often places to lean. The one negative was that the area directly in front of me in the line seemed to be an implicitly designated "old-lady cutting zone". Koreans don't really respect lines, and the bigger the age difference between the cutter and the cuttee the worse it gets. The whole time I was waiting, a seemingly endless stream of tiny, stooped grandmothers ducked under ...
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