Ocean Grand Hotel Jeju
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I decide to spend my last night on the island in Jeju-si the capital city of Jeju. I attempt to head but to the April 3rd Memorial Park and Museum but it closes at 4pm, it's a two hour bus ride away, and I have just missed the 1 pm bus. Being that the next bus will be get me there 5 minutes before closing and then it's another two hours back I decide to walk about town instead.
I find my way to ...
... Well Jeju is a very popular honeymoon location and Love Land is therefore popular with newly weds looking to get frisky? Half way through the park there is a building with some even stranger smaller models and I suspect a very popular Ann Summers style shop. In true South Korean fashion no detail was spared with the arrows on the pavements being large penis’ to the toilet door handles being a pair of boobs and a large penis. This is one seriously odd ...
... I didn't notice the scab until I saw an odd mark appear below the knees of my jeans. Humbug.
I grabbed some more groceries on the way, including a fun little snack (see photo). Today’s wanderings felt a lot like a Turkish bazaar. Between the mall underground and market above, I kept having flashbacks to Istanbul with my family.
Anywho, returning to market tomorrow with a friend. We’ll see how it ...
... you see all over the island. On the flight I was told there are no seat selections as I wanted a window seat. Immediately I thought this would be a free for all like on Ryanair which is a total stampede when it comes to boarding flights.
Jin Air was a bit more organized. Tickets were arranged into sections A/B/C. We were C which was the back of the flight. You had to stand in your appropriate line ...
... especially as he's weaving between the other crazy cars.
But I made it back in one piece with a couple of hours to go, so I decided to walk to Yondam rock right in Jeju city. It's about half an hour walk north of the bus terminal on the shore, where there is a famous rock formation that looks like a dragon's head. There are two myths attached to the rock--in one of them a dragon goes in search for the secret of immoratality and ...