Paradise Hotel Incheon
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... from around the world come to Seoul to work in the technology and manufacturing fields. Seoul is also home to a large US army base.
Our guide, Jay was awaiting us at the base of the gangplank and our two-day adventure of exploring both the old and new began.
Incheon, the port city has 31/2 million residents. It is a bustling modern port but we headed directly for Seoul. Along the way, Jay built our ...
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... way to brown frostbitten farmland on which crops were being grown under long portable plastic shelters shaped like Nissen huts. After about an hour we reached the first of many checkpoints at the Reunification Bridge. Obstacles on the bridge forced the bus to run a slalom course from one side of the bridge to the other. But this wasn't the DMZ - this was just the Civilian Control Line, a boundary well before the DMZ where civilian entry without a good reason is prohibited. We ...
South Korea is not a place many people choose to visit just because of tourism alone. With over 43.000 English teachers, mainly young Americans that are to retarded to get a real job back home, most visitors are either friends of foreigners living here or they are here for business. My reason was actually to catch a flight, which is tomorrow, so I allowed myself for a week in South Korea. I have only visited two cities and ...
... airport, would be to find us a hotel to stay in for the night. I got off at the last stop before getting to the airport; I had heard that there were hotels easily within walking distance from the subway terminal there. It took a little bit of walking around but eventually I found a cheap little place for us to stay called Orange Motel. I didn't even think to stop to put down my luggage, I was too excited to get ...