Daegu Prince Hotel
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... why), a huge bathroom with a hi-tech toilet, a shower that turned into a steam room and a Jacuzzi bath. Oh yes, I am so pleased that Daegu has no ratty hostels, Love Motels are the best. I even had a dressing table with his and hers toner and moisturiser, hair gel, hair spray and of course the obligatory love motel pack with tooth brushes, a razor, a face pack, a hair band and condoms.
We headed back to the train station as we had seen a ...
I spent New Year's Eve in Daegu and I can't say my time was wasted. It was one of the larger cities I've been to since I've been in Korea, and I only seemed to see a sliver of nightlife and remembered even less than that. I took the time to go back and see if I could expand that sliver into a larger picture.
When I turned the corner near a small kimbap restaurant, I ...
Yesterday was Halloween. Or, as I like to call it, Candy Day. One of the best days of the year. You can buy loads of candy leading up to this day, and the lady at the check out register doesn't give you judgmental looks as she rings you up. Also, if kids are involved in your life, you can steal their candy to snack on throughout the day... and days to follow... and not feel guilty. Because isn't it better that an adult with a healthy body eat loads ...
This will be my final post for this blog. I thought it may be appropriate to mention the people I traveled with including the guides, cameraman, driver and fellow tourists ( apart from my Daegu buddy Rich, who I knew before the trip!).
Our tour guides:
Chris: Canadian, very funny, terrible singer...very knowledgable about the DPRK as are all the Koryo tour guides. Asked him what the most popular question he is asked during the tour; 'Where's the ...
... ARC card & Passport
- copy of banking details where you want the money deposited
- copy of your confirmed booking to show you are leaving Korea
Its not necessary to have a Korean go with you and they spoke some English like in a bank. The process itself is very simple ...