Paradise Hotel Incheon
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... for the third time. As I sat waiting to board, another feeling slapped me in the face and this time it was not freedom. After having been awake for the past 48h with only getting about 5h total of sleep scattered across it, fatigue hit me. The gut full of noodles probably didn't help either. I could hardly keep my eyes open while waiting to board our final flight. Once on board it passed out hard waking only when Gina woke me because food was coming. The plane ...
... actually cameras on two different parts of the plane where we could watch outside. That wasn't too nice on the stomach. The headrests could bend, so your neck stayed in place when you fell asleep. How cool. The worst part was having the countdown of the flight time on the screen; it never seems to end when it starts at 16:00. So far I've just really realized how blessed I am to be on this adventure. I've been waiting 3.5 years to do it. My buddies ...
... the buildings. The painting and design was the most impressive part.
After near death by heat stroke it was time for Ice Flake. This was absolutely a lifesaver. It is shared bowl of shaved ice with different toppings and flavorings added. Based off my decision we ordered the milk tea one. Milk tea was poured into the ice and fruit and nuts were added. Little did I know that everyone orders the red bean Ice Flake. Looking around there ...
Finally! My first night in Seoul! The 16 hour flight was much more bearable than I had imagined. I was able to sleep most of the flight. We arrived at Incheon airport a little after 3pm and made it to the youth hostel around 5. We did a little unpacking before we ventured off into the city to do some exploring. We ate a traditional Korean dinner that included hot bowl, bulgogi, acorn jelly soup, kemchi.
... precision. Airport and subway (and everything else for that matter) were clean, fast and efficient. Thank god for the English signs! With not a road turn wrong (!), found our hostel with ease. After dumping our bags, we set off to explore. First out was the old fortress and the highest point in Seoul, the N Seoul Tower. In a proper backpacker style we walked up and down the 400m tall peak- nothing at all to do with the fact we could actually find the cable cars ...