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... rocks from where you got the best view of the dragons head had been taken over by some Haenyeo who had set up a little beach front ‘restaurant’ and were cooking up their fresh catch of the day. The weather was no rough these ladies were not diving, but their pots and gear was scattered around the restaurant so it was definitely a more traditional experience than the show we had seem.
As I mentioned before the best thing about staying on ...
... This was our 2nd hanok village that we visited. Once you see 1, you get a good idea of what a hanok village is. It still was really cool walking around, but I don't have too much to write about it. Lunch: bibimbap 3. Seongsan Ilchulbong aka Sunrise peak Sunrise peak is considered one of the new 7 wonders of the world and is a UNESCO world heritage site. Sunrise peak was created by underwater volcanic eruptions and at the peak is a huge crater. Many Koreans climb the peak ...
... was a performance but the divers were just coming out of the water so we managed to get to the beach in time to take some photos of them with their baskets and gear. Then we began the climb of 668 steps to the top of the mountain. With several stops along the way we made it to the top where there were fabulous panoramic views of the harbour, the beach, and the mountains in the distance.
Sunrise Peak is famous as the first place the sun rises in ...
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... with a massive golden (and gaudy, ironically) Buddha. Then on the other side of the road is the coast, which has more volcanic scenery. Well, some volcanic scenery that isn't marred by dilapidated fair rides and a reconstructed Dutch schooner (but more cartoonish). The carnival rides are rusted and standard fare, while the schooner is actually meant to be a historical exhibit, even though it's a bit Jolly Roger from Peter pan. It ...