Seoraksan Tourist Hotel
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... in Seoul and the adrenaline slowly faded, did the realisation dawned on us that we would not be having our much needed holiday after all. We were not so thrilled then. Nevertheless, we made friends with an English man who was waiting in the queue for the next cancelled fight to Jeju and we ended up going on a spontaneous holiday back to Sokcho with him. First we went to a department store to get ourselves a tent. ...
... by a floating platform that is powered by pulley system. Tourists and riders are encouraged to help pull the platform.
Many of the residents of Abai Maeul fled to here from North Korea during the civil war and were not able to return home. This where I had Abai Sundae which is not ice cream but is squid stuffed with blood sausage and who knows what other goodies, and is and then fried. It actually tasted just fine, though, I apparently ...
... trail to the Ulsanbawi peak which is only 3.8 kms one way and makes a good half day hike.
The initial section of the trail is relatively flat and easy, mostly wooded and passes alongside a rushing stream. The trail then turns into long series of steps, some natural and other man-made wooden sections that are very well maintained and lined with non-slip material making it safe even when wet.
Around the half-way point you ...
... as this express bus terminal wasn’t the intercity bus terminal, which was on the other side of town! Why the tourist info office had routed me this way, I’ll never know, as I just assumed this was the only bus service serving this area. I quickly learned that there are express and intercity terminals in every town and the latter is usually much cheaper! I had to get another bus over town, but couldn’t find the drop off location on the map. ...
... and rice at our 6 pm dinner the previous night. I made it through and as we exited the temple the sun had already come up and a mist lay low along the riverbank. I was feeling refreshed and grounded, despite my extreme hunger and sore legs.
We ate breakfast around 5 am and my friends treated me to some traditional ginger tea to settle my stomach and soothe my soul in the quaint, log cabin-like tea house nestled in the ...