Benikea Premier Incheon Royal Hotel
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... Korea. The country is 70% mountainous so the population is crowded into the urban areas. Most of the people live in large apartment developments that have everything needed on the grounds. Large supermarkets, schools, doctors, stores are easily available. Apartments in the larger cities are expensive with a small three-bedroom place selling for 1 million US dollars or more. Seoul loves coffee and specialty cafes can be found ...
... asking to go back and buy more, so instead spent the drive to Hoengseong reflecting sadly on my ...
... for a few hours. I woke up feeling kinda sick. My stomach was just off, and still is. We took a cab, to the sky train, and got off at the Makkasan station to meet our buddy Pooney. We did a little shopping in the most thai part of Bangkok ever. Keli went up to 4 booths asking for noodle soup with chicken, but there was a language barrier. We finally ended up at the MBK center where people told us a mosh of directions to Starbucks. Finally we took 2 ...
... When we landed, a woman was holding a sign with our names ready to escort Dwight to take more pictures. On board, the kids loved their airplane apartment, especially the big TV! At the airport we hung out in the lounge, which we snuck Shy and Uncle Dwight into and sampled Korean food. I did not like the green tea ice cream so I stuck with Vanilla. After an hour, we made our way to the boarding gate to take the 5 hour flight to ...
... live the life of a monk and really experience their everday lives. i thought this is exactly what i wanted to do and it would be a good break from the big cities ive been going to. I was able to make a reservation to stay at Golgulsa the very next day. and i booked it for two nights. the temple stay is about 45 dollars a night but it includes all your food and all the activities so it really wasnt so bad.
The next day i found my way on to a bus to Gyeongju, and when i ...