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... stop here with a bit of a walk. It's very lush rainforest and clearly a popular area with very well maintained paths and signs. Next we go to a gallery of a private collection of Korean Art ( some rather erotic) uncomfortable to say the least with 9 other people we had only just met! Not at all what we were expecting this early on a Saturday morning with no warning. Maybe the signs explained a bit!! Outside there ...
... to turn around but I was on a mission, it was likely to be a mission to pass out from heat exhaustion and dehydration at one point, until I found a little stall half way up selling overpriced bottles of frozen water. Never have I parted with money so freely.
The most annoying part of this climb is that there are no markers to tell you how far you have come and how far is left, so it is just endless steps with the odd gap in the trees providing an ...
... and asked if I would like something so I enjoyed my first bibimbap with instructions not to go all the way to the bottom when stirring it as the bottom has a rice crust. I did as I was told and the meal was great.
Then I headed off to e mart in hopes of finding clips for my pants for cycling as mine are pretty much toast. No luck but I did find a spare luggage bungee for 1,500 wan. Then I headed back for a look around the market before I headed to the ...
... no fun. Regardless of the ease of the terrain, every hiker still had their ski-pole walking sticks, name-brand jackets and matching pants and hiking shoes. Me, with my jeans, pink raincoat and plastic bag with my lunch in it, was clearly fully competent to be climbing this mountain. I remember you could smell the kimchi in of all the ajummas’ backpacks as I passed them. It was fun though, and pretty rewarding to get to the top and know that you just climbed to the top of ...
... was about. We both agreed that it kind of looked like a dragon from certain angles, but it could also look like a rabbit from certain angles. Jeju, of course, would not want to name it Rabbit Head Rock. I don't think it would have had the same effect on tourists. We then walked along the coastal pathway to a barbecue place and had an early dinner before getting on our overnight ferry back to Busan. The ferry was actually pretty comfy, I ...