Pullman Ambassador Changwon City 7
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Travel Blogs from Changwon
... time to be right. So anyway…..while the others quietly got on with their essay, I gave him an unscramble the word exercise instead with the sentence reading ‘fukc yuo! Yuo cokcy littel asrehoel’. Obviously this didn’t happen, could you imagine? On a side note my unscramble the word exercise is great fun with the dyslexic kids. In reality I just made him write an essay on the value of life, I’m extremely intrigued to see which way that paper ...
... in the whole school.
"You look happy." I said.
"You look like a gentleman."
"Teacher, you look like a gentleman."
"Why? I look like a man?!"
"Yes." and he giggles away to himself.
The class guffaws when I tell them what he said through melodramatic cries.
That'll be another outfit relegated to the 'I can't wear this anymore' pile.
... actually more comfy than the most expensive high speed KTX trains to seoul.
The bullfights will last for five days ending on Tuesday. In September they are also expecting to have daily bullfights again. Cheongdo also has a wine cellar in an abandoned train tunnel which many people went to. There will also be a 'tug of war festival' but not sure when.
Next weekend is the Busan Fishermans Festival at Gwangalli Beach. April has been a ...
... and cheese were also delicious. (see picture). After that Nicholas and I returned to the Hostel. I told him about the Spaland and convinced him to go. SInce I was planning on returning to the Department store to check out the rest of the place we embarked together. We chatted about Americanism vs Britism, basically, the difference between America and USA. Example: all the world the Brits use for man..."geezer, ******, mate, lad, chap, etc..." Also he talked a little about the ...
... seating area to observe. The observatory was a lot more interesting than Dianna and I thought it was going to be, but there was something else unique about it's placement in the city. Throughout our entire stay in Korea we have been wanting to go to a open-field park with just grass and a few trees to maybe have a lunch and read some books on a nice day. Unfortunately, Korea has a different view of parks and everyone we have been ...