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As soon as we were out of the bus we could feel that we were near the sea. The air also felt a lot fresher – nice after nearly a month in a smoggy capital city. We walked up some steps towards the wall and got our first view of the sea, the beach, and the start of ...
From tomorrow I will have no internet or any way of contacting anybody - whilst there is a mobile phone network for foreigners in North Korea it is prohibitively expensive - €50 for a SIM card. So, as I won't be able to update you until I get back to China, this is the itinerary of my tour: June 28 – July 6/7 Spend a typical — and by that we mean not at all typical! — summer holiday in the DPRK. Hit the beaches of the east coast at Wonsan and Hamhung (the ...
Today was my Chinese written exam. First thing I did was to get my chicken jian ben (wrap) and soy milk. It felt so odd to me that I will no longer get fresh hot soy milk daily when I return to America.
I was the first one to my classroom. Heard voices from the other classroom and talked with people there. People in the elementary class had their textbooks out. I could not care less to study more. At that moment, either I knew it or I didn't.
... the pencil slided over the paper. Too bad I couldn’t ask him some
questions, stupid language barrier!! It would be so much easier if everybody
spoke a universal language, but then again a lot of cultural aspects would get
After spending about a half an hour admiring his skills I left the Summer
palace park and tookthe subway back to the hostel. I didn’t have a lot of
things in mind to do, since I had to pack my stuff and prepare myself for ...
... saw that the line went on for quite a bit longer all the way up to the ticket counter where you had to buy your entry tickets into the temple. I decided against going in to the temple as I didn't feel like waiting yet another 10 or 15 minutes to buy tickets. But I had to stay in the line until it reached the ticket lines as I couldn't go back the way I had come. I reached the ticket line after about 10 mins and ducked out of the line to find the exit. ...