Ramada Seoul Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... day: Morning introduction to HR, and the rest of the logistics team, followed by Q&A for an hour or so over coffee with our mentors. Then we broke for lunch at 12, and when we returned, besides from a couple of readings, we had nothing to do. The internet at work has filters to prevent sending out sensitive information, so as a result, personal emails don't work, neither does facebook. We're not allowed to take pictures here, so I can't send a picture of myself at ...
... was automatic. So the backs of my legs -- and then my pants legs -- got soaked. Ok. I can deal with that. I took my pants off to set them on the counter so I could dry them with a hair dryer. At which point the automatic faucet came on and soaked the front in the ******al area. Ok. Now I'm screwed. Looking forward to the five hour flight to Hanoi in pants soaked back and ...
... piles of snow and stinging faces may have made the winter more exciting. Jeff and I held our own little Christmas Day celebration with a few people, but with Harriet visiting her family back in the U.K. and my family back in the U.K full stop, it wasn't quite the same. My first Christmas cake, however, was impeccable thanks to Nigella Lawson.
Woke up 830 Breakfast Left at 10 Met Soonho at Anguk station at 10:30 Samdeong street Bukchon hanok village Lunch - noodles Changdeokgung palace Started heading towards myeongdong. Went to Shinsegae dept store. Mouthwash in the bathrooms. Myeongdong Shopping KBBQ with Soonho and jonny and Inessa. Train home, goodbye to jonny and Soonho. Walked back to hostel, stopped for waffles and bingsu on the way. Watched a bit of tv. Bed time. 1230 pm Sleep, mozzies ...
... blown Opera performance right on the river. The concert was free of charge. Hundreds of people came out to enjoy the music. It was a large production with a bit of a light show, stage, vendors, and all. It is always fun when you think you are going on a simple stroll and you run into a concert.
*Korean people do not have armpit sweat or hair....they have beautifully smooth skin and they smell good.
Thats all for now, stay tuned! :)