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Travel Blogs from Incheon
... in South Korea I made a Korean stamp painting made from an engraved wood mould and saw a live quartet playing. It is quite an airport!
After another almost 6 hours of flying we arrived in Chiang Mai and were greeted by a smiling crowd from BCNC, the nursing college we are partnering with. We met our Thai "buddies" that we have been partnered up with. It was a great welcome to our final destination after 24 hours of ...
... and then placed it in my serving bowl. Next a bubbling hot bowl appeared next to me, which later revealed itself to be a yummy egg drop soup. My maitre de offered me a choice of drinks and as I declined the Korean beer, she bought out a little bottle of Korean plum wine for me to try. It was quite sweet but complemented the food and I had water as well. I soon learned how to eat the BBQ Korean style - choose a salad leaf, pop on a piece of cooked beef dipped in ...
Early start to get to the airport..... its an eerily foggy day. We're so excited to be heading on our travels, but feel incredibly sad about the fact we may never return to Korea.
I teared up a little when I had to hand my alien card in at the airport....the immigration woman must have thought I was strange.
Anyong Korea.....I will miss you!
... hour bus ride to our dorms. It was
snowing when we arrived, so the bus ride took a little longer than expected. By
this time though, I was so tired I slept almost the whole bus ride. We got to
Jochiwon and had a mini orientation full of instructions about how to use the
room key and other important things we needed to know. We also got free TaLK
hoodies and set up our bank account so we can get paid eventually! After ...
... you at the beginning of a new semester just to see if you will be that push over teacher or if your class will be a "bird course" (a course where one can fly right through it). I'm seeing more and more that the tricks that kids play, the manipulative tendencies that they have, and that trying nature in a kid is certainly a global phenomenon. I have already pegged the "class clown" in my class along with identified the "sniggle" crew. So unfortunately, ...