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We have arrived at our only port outside Japan, Busan, South Korea. Instead of taking a ship's tour, we have decided to make a go of it on our own with the help of a volunteer guide (all they ask for is compensation for their transportation and to buy them lunch). A couple that had one in Tokyo were completely impressed. We mentioned it to a few others on the cruise and they decided to join us. What started out as the 3 of us has grown into a group of ...
... cliffs and the views or just to take in the scenery. The rain was coming down even harder at this point and it made it hard to take pictures without the tablet getting soaked. There were a few points along the path that I had to convince John that climbing on the slippery death rocks below was not a good idea. It is just so hard to tell him not to climb when I see how good he is at it. He did manage to get down to a few rocky sections and it is fun to watch how effortlessly he ...
... cousins, aunts and uncles all gather to make traditional Korean rice cakes called sampyeong and celebrate the plentiful harvest of the season. Unlike Canadian or American thanksgiving which fall on the second Monday of October and last Thursday of November respectively, Chusok is based on the lunar calendar and coincides with the full moon in September.
For our Korean thanksgiving, we knew most stores would be closed for ...
... we opted to just go ashore and take advantage of the shuttle provided by Princess Cruises and just go into the shopping area called Jagalchi Market. It is mainly an underground shopping center and then a large fish market on the bay.
We had a good day just wandering around. The fish market was fun because they have different fish plus much of their fish are still alive and swimming in small tanks. ...
... 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 ...