Onyang Hot Spring Hotel
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... on the tarp. The best deals come from the tarp merchants....low overhead, but they are the most likely to sell you the "not-so-right" merchandise (name spelled wrong, unfinished seams, poor quality, etc.), but as long as you check your merchandise well, you can get really good deals.
One of the best know coin shops is "Song's". They had a ...
... lotus lanterns instead - mine was called out as the best - WOOT WOOT - but the monk that we visited with that wknd)
17:30pm Dinner (Veggie curry, yummy, along with miscellaneous pickled items)
18:30-19:20 Yebul Ceremonial Service - devotional chanting (We learned how to do a full bow/prostration...let me tell you, this is a serious workout b/c you traditionally do 108 of them at once...yes, I wrote 108!!! In case you're wondering, this is what it looks like: ...
... good shots of the buildings without mobs of tourists impeding the views, before heading off on the hike. The temple grounds were smaller than I expected for such an important sounding temple, especially given that my guidebook stated it had survived the years mostly undamaged by war. The buildings were lovely though, especially with the vibrant fall colors of the trees scattered around the buildings.
Unfortunately, those trees all appeared to ...
I awoke this morning to a beautiful autumn day, so I decided to make a quick trip to the Oeam Folk VIllage (외암민속ኔ 0;을). A bit outside of the city of Asan, Oeam was an approximately 500-year old, traditional village still inhabited by the descendents of it's founder. While part of it has been converted for tourists, the majority of the village was still inhabited. It was even possible to spend the night in the ...
... the back wall of the building. It was impressive to say the least.
We ordered pork and within moments the waiter brought out a platter of raw meat, our dozen side dishes, and a metal basket of glowing hot coals. The waiter helped us arrange the meat over the basket of coals and we went to town on the side dishes that were presented to us. Soon our meat was cooked and we were wrapping up pork in lettuce leaves and piling on marinated onions, roasted garlic and chili paste. ...