Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel
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Luckily the next day the sun was shining and it was a perfect day to see the island. Our first stop on the tour was yet another Trick Eye Museum. Not as big and busy as the one we had visited in Seoul but just as much fun, if not more fun because we were less rushed and could actually line up the photos properly without 30 people walking through the photo and as we were with a bunch of foreigners we were not a photo opportunity waiting to happen!
... that indicate the site of a woman diver. They dive to get the shell fish on the sea bed. If you observe a little while, you can see them going up to the surface and diving again. U-do is tiny but there is a lot to see and do. We walk to the lighthouse to get the view, the across a black sand beach and inside a cave to find pink rocks. The weather was just about hot enough to eat an ice-cream. We had a nice day. Once back, we had a really good meal, some sort of stew, the meat ...
... so walked and biked about the area, wandering along the local canal where they appeared to be setting up for some sort of festival. I also discovered the local market and had a great time wandering about and finding some tempura vegetables for lunch (three different types for Y1,000).
I finally checked into my room and checked e-mails and downloaded photos from my camera. Then with music ...
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... and hopped on the other one. We got there at 19:48 to be exact, charged our phone, went to GS where one of the girls showed us to a nearby motel (30,000). We had a brief stay in the motel where we found some crazy animal shows -- one was a family that had two huge snakes (pythons maybe? boa constrictors?) which slithered all over the place; over their food, in their baby boy's bath water. So we dropped off our bags and headed out to grab some dinner. We charged our T-money (metro) cards at ...