Savoy Hotel Seoul
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... and into Gwanghwamun Square again. The statues still looked pretty cool. I was able to see more of the skyline today, which was a very welcome sight. I was also able to notice the side streets filled with random shops and restaurants. I ended up walking down a couple of them hoping to find a veggie kimchi dish. I thought it was pretty sad that I'd been in Seoul for 36+ hours and not had a Korean dish(hence why I haven't written about food much!). The first couple of streets I ...
... br> Our tiny apartment actually has 3 "beds" in it. There's an upstairs loft area which we'd expected would be Sandra and Jon's bed, but discovered the ceiling height was only about 4 feet - Perrin can just stand upright, so she gets the spacious yet unlofty loft. The downstairs has another bed (the aforementioned wooden board) plus a sort of fake Eames couch that folds flat (but ...
... snob than I originally thought, because, upon seeing this, I instantly downgraded my expectations. Having said that, it was a passable scrambled eggs on white bread with an “Americano” coffee (basically black and very watered down – think McDonald’s style coffee). After breakfast I headed into the centre of Seoul to get my bearings and explore a little bit. The metro is very easy to navigate around – everything ...
... to the last few weeks in Seoul., I came to the realization that I was not only leaving this year behind but I was leaving 5 years behind. I found my mind wandering back over all of the memories. All of the people I had met. All of the things I have seen, done and loved about Korea. It was really hard to say goodbye to everyone. Some people, I have know my whole time in Korea, some were new but it was just as hard to say goodbye to everyone.
We started ...
... a Sunday we expect crowds like we had at the Bulguk Sa temple but to our surprise there were hardly any visitors. As the complex is still used by monks and nuns you feel more the serenity here than at the other temples we visited as you can hear the monks chanting. The setting with the halls on different levels in the lush green hills adds a lot to it as well. The carvings of the buildings and the statues inside are also impressive. Definitely a temple not ...