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Our last stop in South Korea was Busan, the second largest city and the main bustling port known for its annual film festival and its fish market.
We had a lovely smooth flight from Jeju, caught the airport bus into the city and found ourselves dropped on the pavement in the middle of the main high street on a Saturday afternoon with a demonstration march going down past us and a map that was as good as useless. Bugger, everything had been going so smoothly ...
... the guest kitchen closing way too early, I have no complaints. Jeju is a great place, whether you are into spooky other-worldly geological formations or tacky sculpture gardens and novelty museums or playing golf or lazing on the beach or climbing volcanos or fantastic wild pork and seafood or traditional indigenous culture, and if you're on a budget I highly recommend the Jeju Hiking Inn.
I caught the route 600 airport limousine bus which connects all the ...
... which is the soundtrack for the seaside line to Haeundae, other lines differ. It's all charming, and a single ticket is a maximum of 1400won (80p), a day pass 4000 (£3.2). Nampo has the shopping area and is by the port, a great spot to wander. There's a web page on 'awesome Busan' giving you a decent two day programme, which sensibly points out the Jagalchi fish market is not for everyone, but I loved it. I wandered through the first hall, impressed by the variety of ...
... and we headed back for the bus - but not
before taking a few photos with our new friends.
I keep saying how lovely the Koreans are to us but, if anything, I am not doing them justice. We marvel at the kindness shown to us by all we meet.
We then thought we could squeeze in a visit up the cable car to Geumjeongsanseong Fortress and after walking about three kilometres we got to Geumgang Park to discover a ...
... was wearing the goofiest shark socks I had ever seen! Still though, my bad Buddha!
One hundred and eight bows later and we were ready to go to bed, at 9pm. I actually got a phone call from my mate Pete around this time asking where I was because there was a big party going on at his gaff, 'sorry, just on my way to bed actually. I’m getting woken up at 3am; I’m scheduled to do another fifty four bows in the morning’. Boys and girls were ...