Travel Blogs from Seoul
SOUTH KOREA - THE UNDERDOGS OF ASIA?
I didn't have any expectations of Seoul. I'd never been to Asia but I'd heard on good authority that the South Koreans were extremely accommodating, approachable and about to take the world by storm. "They're the Asian underdogs" the Minister would tell me on the plane. I was intrigued to meet these …
First ****** thing that's happened today... I was just putting the finishing touches on this blog post and then I hit a wrong button on my keyboard and cleared it all... so hopefully this second version is as good as the first!
My trip was incredibly smooth - no traffic to Toronto, nobody in line at security, flight left on time, very …
When I got the news at work that I have to go on a mission to Seoul, I was thrilled. Not sure why but Seoul was always on my 'travel wish list'. This was my first visit to the east and as it is a part of Asia I was very much expecting similarities between my own country India and Korea.
When I landed in Seoul on 9th june 2007, starting …
I'm not one for traditional Christmas carols, they just don't do it for me. Without a doubt, my favourite Xmas song is Mariah Carey's version of "All I Want for Xmas is You". Powerful and haunting, plus she wears this little red Santa costume. For me, it's light years ahead of the WHAM! Xmas effort, "Last Christmas". No contest. I only mention this …
So another day of travelling on a bus lays ahead for me! But I'm weird and kind of look forward to it so it's really not that much of a chore. After another yummy breakfast at Casa Seorak I left at 11 for the bus station. Juha kindly gave me a lift again which was very handy. My bus to Seoul Gangnam was at 11.30 so I didn't have to hang around too long. Shortly after finding my seat I was asked to take a photo of a group ...
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