Benikea Premier Incheon Royal Hotel
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... about the scooter and the elderly gave Bruce thumbs up signs. The young boys wanted their pictures taken with the man on the scooter. Then girls kept coming up to me wanting to be photographed with me. Our guide explained that many were on a school field trip and lived in the country. They had not seen westerners before, especially one with yellow hair. They were fascinated. One even gave me a gift, a special postcard ...
... two days in Korea. Coming next – lost in translation moments.
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... moved around trying to get comfortable. It was nice flying at night because they turn off the cabin lights and its nice and quiet since everyone else is trying to get some rest as well. They woke us up for breakfast and you could see the red sunrise poking up from the clouds. When we got off the plane, went through security, immigration (yay we got a stamp in our passport!), and customs, we found the transit tour desk. What else are we going to do for an ...
... with 2 complimentary meals - dinner and breakfast. We were given the meal vouchers at the airport. That was a relief because there was only a cafe and diary outside the hotel. The restaurant was buffet which awesome so we got to eat to our heart's content. Our bus was going to pick us up at 10:30am so we stayed at the restaurant till it closed. We decided to check the view for the balcony and took pics of the three of us. By then it was time ...
... weirdly her name is also Elise... I think she spells it with an A but our Korean names are spelled the same). I had a giant bowl of bibimbap that cost $4. Because the Japanese women can't speak English, our conversation remained in Korean, which was exhausting for me.
Anyway, regardless of what language I have to speak it's nice to be able to make friends. I went down to Gangnam yesterday to have lunch with the UM students who stayed past the program, ...