Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel
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... well wish but his friends usher him off right away. I pick pork belly on the menu and they bring out it along with a few other dishes. As you BBQ this at your own table I start to put the pork on the grill. One of the employees rushes over cause clearly I don't know what I'm doing. The plate has included a piece of fat that is buried under the meat. I am supposed to grease the grill first with this and then place ...
... the restaurant so he could get every last scrap of pork down his throat.
One of the parts of this tour that I was so looking forward to was seeing the woman divers known as Haenyeo, in its prime in the 1950’s Jeju had around 30,000 woman divers, now there are just 4,500 most are in their 60’s. These women divers have been free diving since they were teenagers and can easily dive to 15 and 20 meters and can hold their breath for over 2 ...
... I found convenience stores grocery stores to stock my apartment.
Another happy circumstance was my discovery that the city hall (where I was to meet some friends for lunch) is on the same street as my apartment!
I have yet to explore beyond the boundaries of my one road, but my apartment’s looking good!
And yes, lunch fabulous. 3 of us turned up, and I ate a ginormous bowl of soup with mandu (korean dumplings) and rice ...
... international airport on the ocean all you see is fishing boats in the ocean. But with Gimpo you see all of the city.
First we approached the Han River which disects the city. I saw Yeouido Island which is where the parliament building is and the famous 63 building which was Seouls first skyscraper. I then had a panaramo view of the river, yeouido island, the city and the mountains.
... walk it. No one checked our tickets before going in. It's pretty neat and you can see the world's largest lava column at the end of the tunnel.
We left (taking a taxi down the road) and hopped on the bus bound for Seogwipo (3,000) in the south. We got on the bus at 16:55 and got there at 18:42. From there we took a 15 minute bus ride to Poonglim where there was supposedly a jjimjilbang. It ended up being a resort with the cheapest room at 200,000 won. The guy at the ...