Seoraksan Tourist Hotel
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... Many of us easily got the hang of this spectacular sport but some required the second lesson. By the end of the day, most of us mastered these skills and some of us was hungry for more, but mostly just hungry for food! Luckily, we were all treated to a darling dinner buffet. The tables were decked with sashimi, sushi, ribs, duck, salad, mini desserts, fruits, fried rice, oysters, and many more!! Today was definitely a successful beginning to snowboarding!! By: Verena and ...
... bus at Seoraksan park to take us back to Sokcho. He writes mobile apps for iOS and Androids. I happened to run into them again the next day at the bus station as we were leaving for our next cities.
There was a retired couple from Canada, David and Mary, whom I met while waiting for the bus after visiting the Hwanseongul Cave. They’re in Korea for month and then will be off to Japan. They love to travel and during our ...
... to get their photo taken beside the rock. In Korea, the world stops for a photo opportunity. If you get enough people together you can rock this 16-tonne boulder a wee bit. Grace and I must need to eat more kimchi because we weren't strong enough to make it move this time.
Post-mountain ascent, we headed back into Sokcho to meet up with Josh and Heather on the beach. Two and a half hours later of walking the beaches and raw fish markets, we finally found ...
... wide crevices. It’s as if they’ve been doing it since the cradle! They’re all quite chatty, sometimes travel in groups and take their walking seriously. It’s truly admirable to see, believe me!
It was a lovely hike up to the granite cliff. The walk passed thro’ autumn woods with resplendent colours on show: milky limes, pale yellows, dark evergreens, dying brown leaves, grass green diehards and the quintessentially gorgeous red ...
... a bike (free) and cycle around Yeongnangho lake and then head down to the lighthouse observatory. The lake itself sits to the eastern side of Sokcho and has a nice view of the Seorak mountains, including Ulsanbiwa, a rough craggy series of peaks. It also has its own big boulders, Bombawi, which offers you some views and some attempted rock climbing. I tried to get to the top, but gave up after only have sore elbows to show for it.
The cycle ...