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Travel Blogs from Seoul
... was 20 minutes teacher facilitated and 30 minutes student group collaboration and performance.
Koreanism of the Day:
Public Transport is cheap and accessible. It is about $1 Australian to get a one way ticket anywhere on the train line. Also, if you transfer to a bus within 30 minutes you get the bus fare for free. Trains are also well equipped with Bike Racks, shelving on the train and they are much bigger than Melbourne trains.
... that cut the Korean peninsula roughly in half. Stretching for 2km on either side of this border is the Demilitarised Zone (DMZ), a buffer zone between the two which runs along the 38th parallel north. I felt a little anxious about visiting the border as I had established that it is the most heavily armed border in the world, however it was clear from what I read and what Kevin told me that it was extremely rare for any hostilities to take place. How would we describe the ...
... different combinations and amounts of the ingredients, and I will give you my top two successful recipes.
Kelley's Classic Rice Cooker Banana Bread:
1 1/2 Cups Flour
3/4 Cup Sugar
2 tsp Baking Powder
1 tsp Baking Soda
1 T Ground Cinnamon
1/3 Cup Milk
1 T Vinegar
3 T Canola Oil
3 large Bananas (well mashed)
Instructions: Coat the rice ...
... excellent farming opportunities. Some claim the best rice in Korea, or the world even, is grown here. Apart from the soldiers, including a small American garrison, the only people allowed to live in, and thereby farm, the area are those that have lived here for generations. With the wealth of the land and the few people sharing it, the average income is about thrice that of the rest of South Korea.
Stopping by a newly built, but almost as newly cancelled, train ...
... into the waters. An then I seen Seoul, it looked like a picture in the distance. The buildings didn't seem as tall as I would expect but the bridge from the airport (located on an island) to Seoul seemed to stretch for miles.
Getting off the plane I found myself in another world. EVERYONE was Korean! It's actually kind of weird how surprising that can be.. Anyways immigration was a breeze except for Korea now does biometrics scanning to all incoming foreigners. But they ...