Ocean Grand Hotel Jeju
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... life things in a more planned manner - no more bull-in-a-China-shop Ro let me tell you. Anyway we had a good chinwhag in the morning and ventured out. That's the good thing about this girl of mine, she's logical beyond belief!! We decided on Day 3 that we would head out east this time to U-do which literally means Cow. It's a small island off Jeju with a circumference of around 12km. We arrived around 1pm after an even longer bus journey through the countryside. We had an ...
... bit controlling, I do like it when the small guy wins.
I found MY library during a lengthy jaunt around this incredibly large campus this afternoon. It's humongous compared to my itty bitty BISNY library. Unfortunately, the doors were locked. I can't wait to get in there and get everything up and running. Or rather, I can't wait to get in there to see what YA books we have that I want to ...
... is the trick. Next we move to Yongduam Rock. Had a few pictures and wanted to taste the fresh seafood from the ahjumma stall down the valley but couldn't because they do not have fresh octopus. But Mr. Moon brought us to the Jeju Dongmun Fisheries Market to have a short stroll to see the fresh seafood. Then we went to Nanta Theatre which we have book for a 5pm show. It is a show of 4 actors ...
... well they think it is funny to keep saying 'hello' to me in english then laughing with their friends - ****, I'm being mocked by 7 year olds! damn cheap mid week fares. Oh well a few hours with the ear plugs in should fix this, right? Nope! I seemed to have got myself a floor seat, in an ondol (large bare multipurpose room) with a few windows and the acoutsics of a good rock theatre, amplifying the noise beautifully, lovely. And I managed to have acquired myself a floor ...
... and midpoint of the trail) is Jusangjeoli, the Giant's causeway of Jeju. You'll know you're approaching as the path gets more paved and you start to see that the amorphous crags give way to these hexagonal columns. These form when the lava crystallizes as it hits seawater leading to an ordered fracture pattern over time. At Jusangjeoli, you can push and shove in with the tourists to get a view of the many hexagonal columns rising from the water. With the waves ...