Hotel Riviera Seoul
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... land and take off from Pu Dong airport was amazing. I wonder though how they figure out the priority sequencing for who gets to take off. Our plane was loaded and ready to go at it's scheduled departure time of 8:50 am but we did not take off until 11:05 am. As we took off, I could see out over the ocean and the number of large vessels headed towards Shanghai was mind boggling. I have flown via Seoul one other time but I don't remember the airport. Aside from the many duty ...
... Beach served drinks in buckets. So cool to chill there for our last night in Seoul.
May 4th (Sunday)
We got up early to get ready for our flight. Eero and Sonia entered before we were about to leave. We said our goodbye.
Our flight back to Beijing was good until the plane was trying to land. So many bumps.
So happy to return to Beijing.
Two weeks left in Beijing before I return to the United States.
A Korean friend I met on my Woraksan hike has taken me under her wing, and is determined to show me as many sites as I can see in my last few weeks in Seoul. Today she invited me to hike Namhansan, which is home to Namhansanseong ("Seong" means fortress).
I took a short subway ride and met her at Namhansanseong Station, exit 1. From here we walked straight for about 20 minutes to reach the main entrance and trail head. The ...
... animals like ostrich is considered poaching. But hey - it's Korea so anything goes including illegal weapons one vendor was selling like brass knuckles, night sticks and butterfly knives. This was right next to vendors selling the usual cell phone cases, socks and paper fans. It was really great to be around so many different restaurants and shops, but the downside was the crowd of foreigners. I know that sounds funny considering we are one of them, but it is something about ...
... souvenirs there. Naturally, there is a huge department store right next to this market where you can pay $50+ for designer T-shirts. We walked through there for about ten minutes as well. For some reason both shopping areas--the market and the department store--are occupied primarily by old women.
When we got back to the temple I took another two hour nap. I've been having a lot of trouble sleeping at night; if I could only get a decent night of sleep I think ...