Oriental International Hotel
Travel Blogs from Hebi
... in my neighborhood! A pleasant respite since almost everything there is to do is in Seoul which is an hour minimum commute for me usually.
People from a MeetUp.com group came down for the game to an expected small stadium. No matter the size, the players played an exciting action packed game. It was an enjoyable chilling evening.
... World Cultural and Natural Heritage List of United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Beers N Noodles toya…..shane
The soundtrack to this entry was by Lemon Jelly
The album was 'KY’
... five years, their reign saw a succession of twelve kings over eight generations ending with the cruel and decadent King Zhou, whose perjorative posthumous name ‘Zhou’ refers to the part of a saddle or harness which wraps around the horse's tail which would lead it to be soiled first
Yin Xu has proved to be the earliest remains of an ...
... has the largest number of Kung Fu schools in the world and some of the schools practices in the parking lot in front of our hotel. We saw one kid get slapped in the face by his instructor for not doing an exercise correctly. Kung Fu school is a bit too intense for my personal tastes I think. Some of us bought home made Tai Chi outfits at one of the school uniform shops! We got lots of ...
... tzatziki and Koreanized rice krispie bars. (I was able to get regular marshmallows, but had to use a cocoa flavored Korean version of Rice Krispies. It's very similar, just not as light and crispy.)
Then the students had me make dbokbokke (one of the many Korean dishes that are too spicy for me), gimbap (kind of like sushi), and a cold noodle soup. The cooking activities are particularly a lot of fun for both me and the students. It's a very ...