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Long lie after a busy two days. Had trouble finding a seat for breakfast as we'd missed the restaurant service and there were very few seats in the conservatory self service. Too cold to use the outdoor seating. Needless to say we didn't starve. Rob to gym Kaye to line dancing. After lunch Rob spent a harrowing couple of hours in the laundry. Black tie dinner and tonight we managed to stay awake to go to the show - a comedian who was really quite ...
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On our way to the museum, we got off at the wrong stop and ended up finding this interesting looking building in the middle of butt-f*** nowhere. It was a replica of broken colliseum, complete with golden horses bursting from it. We thought it was some sort of flea market so we thought we might as well check it out. Upon entering it looked like a cafe filled with touristy knick-knacks and candy. We wandered in a bit further wondering if it was a ...
For our first stopover, we went down to Jeju Island, Korea. I was pretty excited for it because I've heard a lot of good things about it, and because it's one of the 7 Wonders of the World. Though, we didn't get to fully explore the place, from what I saw, ...
Since I had to check out of the hotel by noon today I decided to have a relaxing morning and sort out the ferry to Jeju Island.
I packed up my gear and took the bike and panniers downstairs where the concierge had agreed to store it for me until it was time to ride to the ferry terminal. The desk clerk also checked on the ferry informaton and determined that the ferry would leave at 1900 and arrive at 0600 ...
... that lives in the dark caves of the shore.
"Be not afeard; the isle is full of noises,
Sounds, and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not.
Sometimes a thousand twangling instruments
Will hum about mine ears; and sometime voices