Ramada Plaza Jeju Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the burger patties outside in aquariums so we were go go go! The extensive menu consisted of one burger with two different sauce choices, and one hotdog. We had the pork burger with peanut sauce, some homemade peach iced tea and we loved it all. I think I've figured out that the key to having a small successful business in Korea is to have a place with a ram-shackled look but crucially have awesome whatever you are doing/selling. The contrast of the two things seems to be ...
... rests. However, it was 5 minute walk from the beach and local market. We took a nice long walk and celebrated thanksgiving by having the famous local ell dinner. Live ells were cleaned and placed in an aluminum foil with wonderful hot spices grilled over a hot plate. It was definitely "fresh" sea foods and quite tasty too.
Our last stop in Korea is Jeju island, also known as Hawaii of Korea. It is an island about one hour flight from ...
... artistic side of Jeju at Trick Art Museum ... Love the angel wings.. 1530 Final point of visit, Sangumburi crater ... Wow, beautiful view of the silver grass ... 1730 Early dinner of black pork BBQ. Not as good as the one we had in Jeju-si though. 1900 Back to hotel and pack for tomorrow's early flight back to Seoul... Note: Chartered MPV 180,000 won, additional 6 hours for 120,000 ...
... and odd slightly lame attractions, but the big draw cards are the three UNESCO world heritage listed sites, including Mt Hallasan, the highest peak in South Korea, so a big draw card for hikers and foreigners as well. Most of the tourists are either domestic or Japanese, very foreign, but I managed to meet a few. The island is deceptively large, about 45 km from north to south and about 72 from east to west (so my cabbie tells me!). And the transport not that ...
... But it's got better bus connections back to Jeju city, so I ended my hike at Junmun beach (about 2/3 of the way in; 3 hours or so, including Baerrinae hill). The hill seems like a great idea, but the view of the convention center on one side and some random houses on the other doesn't really make for a compelling reason to climb all those steps. Live and learn, right? Coming down though, you skirt a ravine and hop over a stream where you can swim about a little. ...