Provista Hotel & Residence
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... they have the "requirement" to work long hours, everything seems quite dragged out, and its much less efficient here. For example, the amount of work which could be done in 3 hours, is dragged out to 5 hours, so that the employees can fill that extended time slot. Furthermore, being interns, it doesn't seem as though they've prepared a lot of work for us. We were given a couple of readings to do for the entire afternoon.
The people here are very nice though. ...
We arrived in Seoul reasonably well rested after a lovely but long flight on KAL. Fantastic service. Charlie slept like a champ -- maybe 12 of 14 hours. Me, not so long -- only a couple hours. Fascinating -- but I guess unsurprising -- what a wide berth the plane made around North Korea. Graceful arc down across Asia from the northeast, then a sudden loop-de-loop around ...
Woke up 9 ish Raining!! :( Left about 10:15. war memorial (walk through rain and autumn trees CPA the map was wrong and we were further than we thought) Train to itaewon. Walk along street, bulgogi, ginseng chicken and spicy tofu soup for lunch David left to meet his friend Train ...
... I learn something new
*Friday on the way to the Broadway show Avenue Q (great show by the way) I leaned that the buttons by the crosswalks are for blind people....NOT to signal to the light that someone is waiting to cross like in the states...so THAT is why everyone looks at me when I push the button and a recorded voice says something to me in Korean when it is safe to cross...
*They really like Velveta cheese here ...
... lit dinners, day trips, long walks in the park, swan boat outings and even cooking us breakfast in bed on Saturday mornings. At work, we would take long coffee breaks together and enthusiastically write a plethora of lists, such as 'amusing inventions that Koreans would buy', 'the perfect criteria for a band member interview', and 'research ideas' to elucidate unknowns such as "could the misery inherent within Tuesdays be a placebo effect?"