Haeundae Riviera Hotel
Travel Blogs from Busan
... frequently in the future. I had wanted to attend the last Sunmudo class as well, as usually in the mornings it is a yoga class, however this morning it was a proper martial arts class, so instead I decided to leave. Gwan Woo and I had already said goodbye at breakfast, as he had to leave early to get back to his home town of Sacheonju. I wish we had had more time to hang out together – he was a cool dude.
Anyhow, leaving ...
This morning I went to the coffee shop and answered e-mails then set off to the subway to reload my card. I was told I couldn't reload it at the station but by heading back to the Arirang Hotel discovered I could load it in the convenience store next door and use the card here as well as in Seoul.
So then I headed off to Jagalchi Fish Market and wandered about taking pictures and enjoying the huge fish market. Every stall had fresh fish or vegetables and ...
... once again I rolled a one, and got put between the snorer and the early riser. I always get the snorer, this bloke was probably the worst yet, right against my ear and I’m pretty sure I can tick South Africa off my list now because he definitely sounded like he had me on one of their safaris. Then, if that wasn’t enough the bloke to my left starts doing bows at 1am, did this kid not get enough earlier? The man needs to chill out; I mean there is being the ...
... but therein lies problems. What's the name of my destination in Korean? Also, the first time I used a cab it was easy - I was going to the large supermarket, Home Plus. It's a big landmark with the name in English and it must be a popular taxi destination, so I jumped in a taxi and said "Home Plus". I got there fine, did my shopping, came out, jumped in a taxi and thought....where do I live?
So a bus is around 50p (to anywhere) and a ...
... as an overnight bag. It has lots of useful pockets too. It's the perfect bag for people who will be sticking to the main town areas which I'd say are most travelers.
Anyway, I didn't even use half the stuff and after our 4 month stay in China I sent a lot of it home. Still I had way too much stuff.
So this time around I'm taking more time to pack.
Lesson number three: TAKE A LONG TIME TO PACK. This time ...
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- Free parking