Sky Hotel

2077-15 Namyang-dong, Hwaseong, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2077-15 Namyang-dong, Hwaseong.
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Travel Blogs from Hwaseong

Theme Park Day

A travel blog entry by faithcruz on Mar 18, 2013

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... was an abundance of animals. The first thing I went to was the petting zoo. There were adorable lambs, and none of them was scary. See? It really put the fear of rollercoasters in me. I visited the Safari World because I wanted to see the Siberian tigers. They were awesome! And the bears were hilarious, too. One of them even gave out a wave. I also took the Amazon Express ...

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas

A travel blog entry by redcanoe1 on Dec 21, 2012

1 photo

... foreign and Korean teachers got together to go Christmas caroling at different apartment buildings in the city. We played hand bells for the kids who go to our school and Santa came by to hand out presents. This is a yearly tradition not only practiced by our school, but by several of the hagwons in the city. It was bitter cold and we spent several hours outside. ...

One Year Later

A travel blog entry by redcanoe1 on Nov 18, 2012

2 comments, 23 photos

... into? Would I be able to meet the challenge of living on my own in another country - more importantly, a country where I didn't even speak the native language.

As difficult as it was to leave that day last November, it has turned out to be the best decision I could have made. This year has been the most exciting, frustrating, fun and challenging time of my life. I still don't speak the native language (although I've picked up ...

Day 2 Seoul (Gwanghwamun square)

A travel blog entry by edo.halim on Oct 09, 2012

... King Sejong is the king that find hangeul. Hangeul is Korean alphabet. King Sejong also do the research for Astronomy and arts. He find Sun Clock ...

Give Thanks

A travel blog entry by redcanoe1 on Oct 08, 2012

1 comment, 3 photos

... letters, emails, skype calls, facebook messages, postcards, packages, etc. Most of all, I am thankful for the communication lines that remain open. One of the hardest things of living so far away is trying to maintain correspondences with people back home. It means the world to me to hear from someone, even if it's just a "Hey, how are things going?"

I am thankful for so many wonderful opportunities that I've had this year. Coming ...