Savoy Hotel Seoul
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
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... something productive to do. Being in the overseas logistic department (which I have no idea what it entails), it doesn't really have a link to anything I've studied. I think I'll have to steer my own success, as advised by Alumni Ben, and find work related to my field of accounting / commerce. Hopefully there will be some flexibility and someone to answer my questions.
Nervous and excited to start! I'll let you all know how it goes tomorrow.
After weeks of relaxing, blogging and planning in Samui it was time to get back to some real travelling and this time Tim got to choose where we were going. He initially wanted to do a bus tour in North Korea but both the cost and the look on my face at this suggestion meant it was not going to happen so we agreed to settle on South Korea. With the memories of China and Japan flooding back I have to confess I really didn't want to visit South Korea, I just ...
... as 98 percent of students attend university within 5 years after secondary school.
There is also a dark side to all of this. In the weeks leading up to the national college entrance exam (which can only be taken once), billboards and subway advertisements plead with teenagers to resist any suicidal urges.
I was only there for a few days and I already feel like I was educated. What an impressive country. I can’t wait to go ...
... Anyway whilst all of my group was down the tunnel out tour guide pointed out some dynamite holes. She then told us a little bit about the history. She mentioned this was the biggest tunnel that they had found, it was 1,635m long and 2metres high and wide. Thirty thousand fully armed North Korean soldiers could pass through in an hour. Once the South Koreans discovered the tunnel the North Koreans dined that they were planning to invade. They said they were mining for coal. ...
... numbers so I have a new friend in Oz which is always nice just in case I ever head down under! The tour was really interesting and definitely a highlight so far which might sound weird but I'm interested in war history stuff so it's ideal for me! We started off by visiting Dorasan Station which hasn't been used since 2008 and is the last train station in South Korea and the one you would use to venture into the North. It was quite eerie really, I ...