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... We spent our last day in Busan getting organised and finalised and not bothering to look around the place really, we'd had enough of the middle aged Koreans hastling us!
We had another average western dinner instead of trying to find vegetarian dishes at a Korean restaurant again. We went to Karaoke for the last time this trip and Indi managed some more lines into the microphone than 'Bah'. Indi had a fun ride ...
... up with the coastal trail on the way home (a large loop if you will). This was harder than we thought because none of the trails are really labeled. We hiked through the woods up and up and then finally realized that we were on the green trail and not the blue. Not a big deal though since they met up down the road and we could switch over to the blue trail then.
The forests here are pretty because they are made up of what appear to be newer trees. They are all slender and ...
... steamy rooms aren't your thing there is an outdoor open foot bath that has various temperatures to soothe sore feet, remove dead skin and leave your skin feeling soft and new. There is also a Relaxation Room that is meant to do just that. In this massive room there are reclining chairs equipped with personal TVs and speakers in the headrest so you can watch whatever you like in private. Or, you can take a nap, which is what we did for about 40 minutes.
... and Katie, and "say-ee" explains where we new to go but rides in the other taxi. Guess which taxi driver didnt know where to go... Of course the one that doesn't have the Korean speaker in it. We get dropped off in the middle of Busan in the pouring rain with thunder and lightning... No joke. We hide under a hotel and I almost died on the way up the marble steps with my flip flops. We wait... And wait... And the other cab doesn't show. We decide we are going to ...
... my accent and I don’t know what to do about that, I can no longer just chill in the back of a taxi with no form of censorship and comment on how outrageous it is that the man I’m about to give my hard earned coin to is casually watching soap operas whilst having one hand on the wheel and his other hand carrying my life, before his phone rings and he answers it of course. The taxis do actually have little TVs in the front that the drivers watch as they ...