Seoul Palace Hotel
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... bloated after eating. Also, they drink their coffee with ice. I have actually really enjoyed having a strong black coffee with ice, good idea for the Australian Summer.
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These students were highly, highly competent. They also have the ability to be passionate, energetic and reflective learners. They wanted to learn and soak up the information and teaching I was providing. Therefore, why can I not see more of this type of teaching in ...
... any cars on them (at around 10pm) here in the UAE.
Well this is all I could identify from my window seat, will have to do a closer inspection on my way home.
Now I have also found a new section on the E-Box (the Ethiad entertainment system) with documentaries. One of them with Charly Borman going on his bike through South Africa (Russell this is for you ... while at the same time this is a test to check if you are reading my blog - send me a message if you ...
... bring a coat next time.
After our meeting which had not gone well two things could have happened, the owner pulls an all-night drinking binge and insists we join him drowning his sorrows and making up for things with us, or a quick meal and home by 7.30pm. Having been struck down by massive jet lag at 4.30pm as the temperature in the office fluctuated from 30 degrees to 17, I exaggerate but not much, I was rather hoping for the latter.
... which is the most stunning stream in Seoul, I guess). Despite the exhausting legs, we keep moving. And when we saw the stream, that's worthwhile. It's not shiny as in festival events ( because today it's just normal day), yet still great. We just want to dip our tired feet into the cold water like Korean teenagers here. The view is quite good and peaceful. All I can hear is the sound of water flowing fluently like a Korean traditional song. I don't know why I felt like ...
... why I seem to be doing nothing of consequence with my life.
After the tour of the temple we slept for two glorious hours before dinner (we had a Japanese dish). We got back late and I fell asleep in less than a minute after my body hit the floor.
The only thing I don’t like about staying here is that like many religious spaces it makes me feel uncomfortable. (If you’re noticing a trend, you’re right: I’ve spent a good portion of my ...