Jeju Oriental Hotel
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... on Busan. She suggested that we leave our luggage at the train station and explore the nearby Nampo-dong area first. This was quite a challenge as all locker's instruction are in Korean. As independent traveler, we found that not having train time tables, bus schedules, login instruction for free wifi etc. in English was challenging. We hope Korean bureau of tourism will notice this situation and improve it in the future.
... A few photos later we crossed a short bridge to a small outlying island which offered some more photo opportunities. Jeju really has to offer quite a bit of variety.
After seeing the nature beauty of the island we turned to art the next day. Well, not sure if you can call the Jeju Loveland a place of art. But for sure if was highly interesting and quite amusing to visit this park with its rather ...
This morning it was breakfast then time to say goodbye to my South African friends the Harts. Then it was time to pack my panniers, book a guest house in Busan, and catch up on e-mails. The hostel staff were extremely helpful printing off a map for me so I can easily find the Cube Guesthouse in Busan.
Alex also printed off maps to help me find my way to Carla's from Uigeambu.
The girls in then office were ordering lunch from the restaurant on ...
... I went to the Philippines, also a popular tourist destination for Koreans, I saw dozens of couples with matching shirts, or shoes, or hats, sometimes all three! So in Jeju I was ready for it and sure enough on my flight from Busan to Jeju there was a couple with identical outfits from head to toe. They had matching shirts, pants, shoes, aaaand bags! Even more, it looked like they had just come from the wedding because the bride's hair and make-up was still impeccably done with glitter ...
... one choice for Korean honeymooners but now with recent affluence, many are now honeymooning in Guam and Hawaii. We did see honeymooners and how did we know they were honeymooners? They dress in identical clothing! It looks so sweet.
We chose a guest house, Ta Gong Gak, for our two nights on the most Southern part of the island, Seogwipo, which required a one and a half hour bus ride from the airport. We arrived right on dusk and met our ...