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... the kids that I have in my class are 3 years old, but technically they are anywhere from 18-24 months old.
I look forward to how much my kids are going to grow in the time that I will be with them. It amazes me how much English they really do understand and how much they absorb. Their little minds are like a sponge and soak up so much on a daily basis. It will be awesome when they grow up and ...
... remote controlled trailer with another baby in it just outside our hotel, she absolutely loved it and kept trying to kiss the 11 month old baby in between shrieks of laughter.
One night left in Asia before the UK for a while. Bye bye Korea, see you soon for one night Japan, Long live the younger generations of Korea, hope they get more and more power and take the control off the middle aged annoying ones.
... after work. While each spa has their own unique services, most include a sauna, hot spring baths, showers and body scrubs. Regardless of the services provided it is clear that even the lowest end jjimjilbangs in Korea would given western style spas a run for their money. And it is undoubtedly true that no spa in Canada or America will provide, quite the same service as they do in Korea (you'll understand more as you read on).
Spa Land, of course, is ...
... I went in hopes I might find it but no luck. I walked down to the beach, stopping on the way to buy some battered veggies an found a quiet spot on the beach to have lunch. One was battered rice noodles, one had lettuce and noodles with a spicy sauce, and one was squid. All were tasty.
It was cool on the beach so I didn't stay long but decided to go back and explore Chinatown. As I went to go down the steps to the ...
It's Korean Independence Day today here in Busan, South Korea (also known as Pusan) so we didn't quite know what to expect. As it turned out only banks and public offices are closed so we really didn't miss out on anything. (Except we've been looking for a post office for days now and every time we find one its closed, just like today). Lots of ups and downs today. First, we woke up to 13 degrees Celsius and rain. (A plus since its warmed up and ...