Seoul Royal Hotel
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... and strict recycling & trash removal system. You must even recycle food scraps (compost I guess). You are fined a hefty fee for throwing out your food in the regular trash!
-very futuristic and progressive
-luxurious- the airport had HEATED toilet seats in the restroom...well the seats had many features, including massage!?
-expensive- not a place ...
Goodbye heated toilets and land of the oranges. Hello Gimpo airport. Hello Seoul. The rainy season of Korea didn't disappoint. At the immediate start of July, the rain came. They said it would and it did. We found salvation from the rain at Chocoart cafe before our flight. Boy do Koreans love their European-esque cafes. To further fuel my addiction to red bean, I bought a red bean filled pastry for the flight. Ah, so heavenly. My aunt basically bought the whole inventory ...
... of the special abalone congee is 17,000 won, not cheap for breakfast, but we still had that 2 days in a row... Apart from the special abalone, they also have normal abalone (10,000 won), chicken (7,000 won), vegetarian (7,000 won), and others to choose from.
Here is my scores for the restaurant, food.
- Food (Special abalone congee): Tender abalone, flavor congee, well done. 9 out of 10
- Restaurant: 9 out of 10, definitely coming again
... guarded by motionless South Korean military police standing there with helmets and sunglasses on (even indoors) and fists clenched. Movement within the hut was not restricted, and therefore I can say that I have now visited Country No. 7 - the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. It might have been by only ten metres or so, but it counts. The US guide then led us outside and we were allowed to take photos of the Northern facilities, but not the South. There is one large ...
... a water fountain with DMZ spring water. Really fresh because there's no industry around.
Back on the bus, and back to another observation platform, to try and look at North Korea. It was hazy when we were there, and not really interesting.
Then lunch was an elementary school affair. We got fish ovaries, but no one would believe me that's what they were. They still wouldn't eat them just in ...