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... how we were getting on spending 24/7 together. Good news, Lizzie is doing well to stick me, I think she currently holds the record now for most amount of uninterrupted minutes with Ro - a rare and largely undesirable title! She'll of course hate me mentioning this stuff in our blog, but the way I look at it is this thing is about remembering memories - the good and the bad - and as much as this trip is about having fun, for me it's also about being able to take stock and ...
... We then went into an open air market with stalls mainly selling produce and fish. It was a very interesting place, though I could've done without my stepping in a puddle of fish water. Our guide Byron explained that ROK is very serious about supporting these small markets so major stores are required to close two weekend days per month so that the markets don't have any competition. While that ...
... airport. 1) Abalone soup in earthenware pot 2) Rice porridge with Abalone 3) Sea urchin egg soup with seaweed 4) Raw abalone ice soup with vegetables & hot paste We started our journey to Mysterious Road which is a road of amaze. The car can move forward up a slope when we turn off our engine. But this is just a false sight of our vision because in reality the car is actually going down the ...
So where has Ms Sandiego got her self now? Jeju island, south Korea After finally sorting the ferry ticket, acquiring some breakfast - gimbap (Korean style sushi) and pre packaged coffee, cold of course, I find the entry gate for boarding my ferry. Then unfortunately, I was quickly inundated with hoards o f small korean children. And not just a class of them, HUNDREDS of them, all with their mini suitcases, bright clothing, high pitched voices and screams,and not enough ...
... of smooth squares with coral-like thorns. You definitely realize this is a volcanic island.
You'll know you're at Daego port when you hear the girl's shrieking. That's because they operate speedboat tours from this bay. And today, with the rough surf, the boats really seemed to bounce off the water and fly, much to the terror of the customers. It makes a good lunch spot, sitting on solid ground while watching the tourists skip across the waves.