Novotel Ambassador Gangnam Seoul
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... van. Then suddenly we stopped only to be quickly ushered inside a building where a woman shouted the history of Ginseng through a microphone. Having just woken up, we had no clue what was going on or why we were here. We were efficiently taken through a number of rooms, together with about 20 other tourists. Finally we received a sales pitch on Ginseng and that apparently it cures all your ailments and diseases, no matter what you have. Turns out this was a tourist trap ...
... machine guns. I also saw US Army trucks transporting tanks and other Military equipment on the 'Freedom Freeway' which runs alongside the river surrounded by barbed wire. It was a haunting experience and a reminder that war is never too far away. I was not nervous visiting ROK, even though people had bought this up with me before I arrived here. However, in being so close to the North and seeing all the Army tanks and security I felt ...
... and ate there.
That's it! Seoul was so big and overwhelming that we didn't know what to do next because we didn't know how long it would take so we made our way back to Seoul station to take the train to the airport where we relaxed, napped and waited for our connecting flight to Vancouver.
I'd like to go back to Korea. It would have been an amazing place to see at night and there were so many attractions .
... and a few other bits, I was ready with my guesstimate of 12000 won for surface mail. It was 5900. Not a rate I can see on their website for international postage but, always assuming it makes it, a bargain. Now my bags are a little lighter, and have fewer "ooh, I'll keep that, it reminds me of..." things to keep making a decision about keeping. I moved slowly, with no particular agenda, using my Yorkshire pass (T-money, it's called) to move me round the city ...
... me around a bit. We went and got dinner and got a dish the city is famous for. According to wiki... The city is famous for its budae jjigae (lit. "army base stew"), made with hot dogs and SPAM. It was so good. It's a ramen dish. I don't like spam but neither does Ashley. After talking and sitting a while we got dessert. We got frozen bananas dipped in chocolate as nuts on top. It looked awkward but tasted delicious. Back at her apartment, I'm resting. Mmm ...