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... I'd missed so much! If I was a fan of wine/beer, I'd probably be even happier with bottles of Penfolds, Wolfblass and VB flowing freely. (Why they brought VB is beyond me...)
It was a good chance to mingle and socialise with representatives from large corporations around Korea, but I was slightly preoccupied with taking photos of Dami! Elliott (interning the Korean Herald) attempted to get an interview with Sam Hemmington and Dami Im but was turned ...
... which is where prisoners held by each country were allowed to choose which country they wanted to stay in by walking across the bridge on the strict understanding that they would never be able to go back.
We saw the site of the axe murder, where two American soldiers were killed by axes by the North Korean guards as they were trying to prune a poplar tree in the JSA and then we headed to the Darasan observatory where there is a row of telescopes ...
... by means of a draught tap over every kitchen sink, I can guarantee that I would have a run for the Bridge of No Return and anti-personnel landmines be damned. But all I saw was a miserable little place surrounded by miserable countryside. It had all the charm of Silverwater prison, and was most likely designed by precisely the same architect. Next we visited the Bridge of No Return on the MDL, at which POWs after the Korean War were exchanged between both sides. Each POW was given ...
... was kind enough to let me choose, so naturally I knew that Samgupsal
(grilled pork belly, lettuce wrap, spicy chili sauce and assorted pickles)
along with some sort of alcohol would be foolproof, and what a fantastic meal
it was! I was rather famished at the
time and when we went for a stroll along the nearby lake, I suggested we went
for dinner part 2: fried chicken and beer!
The combo of jetlag, meat ...
"You define a good flight by negatives: you didn't get hijacked, you didn't crash, you didn't throw up, you weren't late, you weren't nauseated by the food. So you are grateful."
Very shaky start for Stuey and he ...