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... it operates to capacity each day.
The first visit was to a garden with orchids and bromeliads and an interesting pottery display. In addition to the plants, there were live tigers and macaws on display. Every corner you turned there was a new display. Unfortunately, there was not enough time to be able to explore all that was on offer and it would be well worth the visit to return and see more of the gardens, in particular.
Next was the cultural ...
... dancers in windows and all the debauchery you could ever desire. Wilf, Hayley and I made our way to the other end and got as close as we could to the stage which was not that close at all. It was ok though as we had a big screen to watch the thai band that was blaring out of the speakers and a great view of the fireworks at midnight. It was a great place to ring in the new year with all of the amazing atmosphere you could wish for. The walk back along walking street was complete ...
... lunch at Au Bon Pain, customised sandwhich store. We then wandered the mall and checked out the top floor which had a Ripleys believe or not. But it was rather pricey and we were running short of time so we passed.
Instead we walked down by the beach (see photos). Not the most beautiful beach but was an experience seeing the local dealings.
We then returned to the mall and while waiting to ...
... have to do to figure out where you're going in the first place right!! After laying out on the beach for a little bit, we became hungry and what was there to make us all happy...? SUBWAY! I love Subway! We had a sign in Pohang that taunted me every time I passed even through but we had not had a Subway in Pohang since even Lindsay moved there in '08. Sorry for the rant but I just really missed Subway and that sign ...
... the hair was vaugely confusing and I was determined not to let any part of my body stray to touch her groin area for fear of what may be there...
With my generally painless procedure complete, leaving me looking like a small, pasty boy dreadfully in needs of pecks and a tan, we relocated to a salon around the corner where Shelley was treated to eyelash extensions and semi-permanent hair straightening by a very unconvincing lady boy. The latter ...