Renaissance Seoul Hotel
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... actually work harder, more diligently and more efficiently, I feel that we are more organised and have more teacher student contact and wellbeing care for our students. However, even with the Korean's being immersed in our schools for two weeks and shadowing our work that they still consider that they work harder because they do longer ours within the school.
I have learnt a tremendous amount about what is positive in the Korean ...
... way too much food, but it was so good I couldn't resist eating it all. We ate with chopsticks, of course! Our food came with sides of broth and pink kimchi. I was in my happy place. Another plus, no tipping in Korea!
Afterwards, we went on a leisurely cruise along the Han River, then briefly visited the 63 building. There are comforting words on the guardrail of bridge to discourage people from jumping into the river.
... I was off on another trip to the De-Militarized Zone. I had done the tour of the North Korea/ South Korea border on my last Korea visit, but that was rather ruined by the tropical downpour during which it took place. I was going back, hoping for a better time of it on this occasion, and it was. There were some light drizzles, but the weather was otherwise clear. The other difference was the back-breakingness of visiting one of the tunnels dug by the North ...
... how extremely modern and developed the city of Seoul is, to the point that sometimes scratches science fiction. For the equivalent in Won, the local currency, of 10 euros a night, I was staying in maybe the best dorm I have ever been. 4 beds per room, floor heater, hot shower, room tv, huge speed wifi working all over the hostel, breakfast included, a common area in which you feel like staying the whole day, a free to use kitchen that seems built for a high class restaurant, the ...
Traveling to Korea is an all-day trip; for my mom and I that meant 19 hours with a layover in JFK. However, ours wasn't much of a layover due to mechanical and weather delay that had us arriving in JFK and rushing to catch our connecting flight to Incheon. While we were lucky we caught an Asiana attendant who got us onto the plane (we were the last ones aboard!), our checked bags were not so lucky, ...