Ramada Seoul Hotel
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... which was established by the Ministry of Culture & Tourism as part of its 'Art in the city' campaign. This project focused on poorly developed housing and buildings that were scattered across the area with an aim of improving living conditions and giving the area an artistic and cultural makeover. K loved all the murals and joined the other tourists taking photos. M on the other hand found more interest in the lazy ...
... stripped of all the lands it took by force pre WWI. Korea was supposed to be left free and united. Maybe this is why I don't recall learning about the split in school as we are not supposed to view the US as an imperialist country. So basically the atrocities the North Korean people have been subjected to is partially the fault of the US and partially the fault of Russia as they couldn't stop meddling. It appears according to South Korean sources that Stalin was worried ...
... has an amazing history of turning themselves from a third world country to a developing (I would say developed) country and one in which places high value on education, all within the span of 50 years.
I feel slightly embarrassed that as Australians we have had a great run in terms of jobs, wages and befits. All the debates going on in the media in Australia at the moment, with manufacturing moving to Asia due to the high wages and benefits awarded to ...
... and caught several Koreans discreetly following me around, as a curiosity I guess:-). We were quickly directed on our arrival to an old noodle house in central Seoul for lunch which seemed to be excellent. Like several unique eating establishments ( describing them as a "restaurant" would be misleading:-) there were only 2 things on the menu:dumplings and noodle soup. So the only thing you need to convey to the waitress is how many you want:-). Another thing, not on the menu, ...
... from someone. When I'm in Korea I miss my friends and family back home as well as the friends that have left Korea. When I'm home I miss my friends in Korea. No matter what the situation, people are missed. I am blessed beyond words to have so many amazing people in my life. I carry you all around with me no matter where I am in this world.
I am so lucky to be able to go on this trip with one of the best friends I've ever had. I know we are going to make ...