Ocean Grand Hotel Jeju
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... the meat into pieces. Later, the waitress took a lettuce wrap and showed us how to properly eat the dish by adding some red pepper paste, some liquid-y yellowish sauce, some bean sprouts and then some pork.
The meal was for 2 people. We were served a ton of food fit for a banquet including: steamed egg, soybean soup, bean sprouts, kimchi and other questionable sides. I couldn't even touch some of the sides since I was so focused on trying ...
Because my new ferry ticket was for an early afternoon ferry, I had time to squeeze in a bit more touring in the morning. I didn't have enough time to leave Jeju City, so I skimmed my guidebook for something in the area that looked relatively interesting. As usual, I wasn't in the mood for a museum, so I decided to check out the Jejumok-Gwana (제주목관Ꮊ 0;), the heavily restored/reconstructed traditional seat of Jeju ...
... two girls who went to the washroom returned we waited to see if it was them. One of them had the garlic ice cream and hated it so we all tried a taste. I quite liked it and wouldnt have minded if i was the one served it.
You can read my first 4 day trip to Jeju in May of this year starting here
http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ntries/londone7/1/1304504579/tpod.html< br>
OK, so arriving in Jeju at 6 in the morning was rough, not only due to the early time and lack of sleep, but the general craziness of hundreds of people stumbling about in all directions. Luckily, they opened the tourist information facility early so I got a few pamphlets and an almighty English translation of some key bus schedules.
Of course, the bus doesn't go from the ferry terminal to the main bus station. I mean, who would think of such ...
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- Free parking