Oakwood Premier Coex Center
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... of the Lunar New Year), we headed off out again. We went for breakfast in a coffee shop, because there are about a billion of these in Seoul. Seriously, from anywhere you stand you can see at least several coffee shops of different brands, all selling the same caramel lattes and honey toast with a huge pile of whipped cream.
Next up, we walked around for ages. Most of our time in Seoul was spent not managing to navigate successfully ...
... thought with so many modern buildings dotting the area.
With what feels like a million blisters we make our way to meet a local friend. After a quick dinner stop we head up to the Seoul tower. Quite content with the blisters I have and not wanting to give them friends we skip the two hour walk up and take the cable car. We arrive at the top and make our way to the viewing platform for a great view of the city. Sorry not willing to pay extortionate rates to go ...
... facilities. Difference is that there is no student work displayed around, teacher aids, school rules or values in the room like Victorian classrooms.
I was told today that it is not unusual for teachers to sneak sleep in their cars during their free periods.
This lesson is aimed at preparing students for their final exam. Teacher is going through final information and revision for students.
Desks are different from Australian desks as ...
Today was our first day off of the week, and my roomie Kristina took me out for a (long) stroll during this hot summery day. We walked to Green St - a well known fashion area, Hyundai Department Store- every designer, food and appliance was there. Also Daiso - an amazing dollar store, and a Street Vendor-Esk area filled with people selling every imaginable good you could think of, with very reasonable ...
... nowhere near enough time to really explore, turns out to be plenty time when they tell you about the ankle mines that are littered throughout the DMZ (pronounced Zee). The main attraction of the DMZ is the Third Infiltration Tunnel - it is claimed that North Korea dug 15 tunnels below the DMZ into the South (generally towards Seoul) to launch an invasion through, although only four have been found so far.
A new, "tourist friendly" access tunnel has been built, but ...