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... of the Expo already, my desire to be polite beat-out my desire to squeeze everything I could out of the day. In the end, I stayed for the entire hour-plus show (including the official ceremonies). At least it was air conditioned.
When the show finished, I ventured yet again into the international pavilions. It would be reasonable at this point to think I'd seen them all, but I still had a few more to visit, mainly because this time they all had lines, so it was taking more time ...
... going to the ferry terminal. The aquarium was one of the few pavilions I didn't get to on my first trip. Initially, I wasn't interested in it, but given that it had a 3 hour wait each day in June, I thought maybe I should check-out what the fuss was all about (despite my experience with the over-hyped DSME Marine Robot Pavilion). Even just a bit after 9am, the aquarium line looked to be several hours long, so I decided to give it a pass today. Maybe I'll try a bit ...
... 2012-german-pavil ion And reflections from another visiting blogger from the UK http://www.korea.net/NewsFocus/People/v iew?articleId=100958 Here are some Official Sites of the Yeosu ...
... of money to fund these scandals. It doesnt matter whether Federal or Provincial Govt, Liberal or Conservative, its a regular pattern. (see earlier entry) http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/londone7/1/1334239563/tpod.html The oceans play a major role in the culture ...
A fun feature of the Yeosu Expo is the Passport Stamp Trail Each venue has a self stamping area where you can fill in another stamp from a place you have ...
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