Seoul Palace Hotel
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... making an effort.
When we were in Samui Tim had sat very busily with the Lonely Planet and his laptop and confirmed that he had planned all of South Korea and I had nothing to worry about. It seems that this was not entirely true. What Tim had produced on his spreadsheet was a list of what he wanted to do and where he wanted to go, but with no real planning as to how to get to any of the said locations or the practicalities of how many we could fit in the ...
... 8217;t yet figured out what to order in the
restaurants. The eggs on bread street food was delicious.
We noticed a few certain themed restaurants around the city
which are camping restaurants. Where there are tents, camping chairs, camping
tables, camping lights set up inside a shop so people can pretend they’re camping.
It must be pretty ****** if that is the only way you can experience it.
On our first evening we found ...
Day 2 in Seoul saw the high school students take over Everland, a theme park very much similar to Ocean Park, but without all the sea life. Fortunately, after yesterday's full menu, everyone was tuckered out and able to catch some zzzzzzz's before our 10 am departure to the park. Everland was approximately an hour bus ride away and again, most of the group squeezed in some more sleep! Everyone spent the day on their own and ...
... and suddenly appeared then dance another song. We saw it twice or three times because it's so amazing. Korean children really love this kind of performance ^^
After spending about 2-3 hrs in there, we walked out and find place to eat. Because of the high price of their dish, we decide to save money and just eat what we brought ;)
We just went around and considered where we should go in. There's a sky art gallery ( we don't ...
... not to. good for me eh? i had plenty of time to do that elsewhere and i wanted the full monk experience. i read the rest of the nite listening to sweet tunes.
another morning another 4am wake up for chanting and meditation and bows oh my. after that i ate breakfast and fell asleep until noon for lunch. Then it was time to leave. it was an intense experience, relaxing and tough at the same time. im glad a had the chance to go there and live as a monk for 48 hours. whether ...