Provista Hotel & Residence
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Having completed the DMZ tour so early in our Seoul stay the other attractions did not generate quite so much excitement. This coupled with the fact that Thursday 19 February was Chinese New Year, Seoul was pretty quiet given the significant date is also shared with Korea.
As much of the city was closed for the New Year, K was restricted on her shopping antics, but this did not stop us walking great distances through ...
... I could do and that Korail was no good being stuck sitting around waiting for a train for 3 hours.
I decided instead to check out the Korea War Memorial Museum. At first I wasn't sure about my decision as it started off more like a memorial hall than a museum. A nice place to see but information was a little lacking. Fortunately after leaving the commemoration hall the gaps I'd been seeking to be filled the day prior where about to be completed. This museum ...
... am not sure our students or our community is ready for this change.
Whether we like it or not Asia will determine our Education Systems in the coming years. I think in some ways we can learn much from this system; in instilling an importance on education with students. In educating students that they do not need university qualifications are we guiding them down the wrong path? With an increased Asian population in Australia these are the people we will be ...
Well we did not anticipate the of shock arriving to 30 degree temps in Seoul! Neither of us have warm clothes needed, so we've spent our time here learning the city mostly indoors and on the subway:-). The cold weather has also helped us mentally start the transition back home to the US. Seoul is a beautiful city surrounded by mountains. It's clean and cosmopolitan. The taxi driver from the airport went 150kmh to our hotel at 7 am and scared the **** out of us! The Korean people are ...
... on a strict budget last year and almost drove ourselves and each other mad with the stress of it all. It honestly felt like this trip was never going to happen. Thankfully we didn't kill one another AND we managed to save enough money to make our dreams of traveling come true. It still doesn't seem real that this moment is finally here.
February was a very bittersweet month. We started actually planning the trip and also the tough process of untangling ...