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 ...
... bit more worrying than climbing up, but also much quicker. I could feel my knees complaining about half way down... But down in only 1 hour area 2 hours up, not bad for an apparently 4 hour round trip! I took a rest, ate my hiking snacks and tried the cable car upmthenother side of the mountain cluster. But again no joy, just more cloud. So at the base I spooked some motivation in a cup (hot coffee) and set out for the easier shorter hike along a waterfall. And well it ...
Sunday 16th October 2011 – Seoul to Sokcho
I arrived at the Express Bus Terminal, as instructed by the Tourist Information Centre and took a comfortable bus to Sokcho. The bus stopped for a 15 minute break, where a guy came running up to me just before I returned to the bus and gave me a brand new bag of cakes. I laughed and said no, but he looked very hurt and insisted I had them. They must have cost him at least 4,000 won.
Sitting on ...
... stacked on one another represents the amount of troubles and worries you want to get rid of. Once the rainy season starts, the rock piles will crash over and your worries will be washed away in the river. After the insightful adventure, he walked us back to our rooms and told us to rest well because we would be getting up at 2:30 am for morning prayer service. Me and my roomies did not do as he commanded and ended up talking, ...