Soechi International Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... loving the steep inclines, myself enjoying being bitten to death by the mossies (despite caking myself in repellent, they just can't get enough of me), Ricky was loving the opportunity to practise his Cockney accent... and clearly get into his role as Eastender's Rickaaaaaayyyy! His favourite phrases, obviously picked up from past trekkers, were "You from Landaaaan?", "Alright Bob?", "You girls want some walt-er?" Obviously not pronouncing the 't' there... true ...
... was doing some ...
... walked to our booked hotel, arriving some time later after getting severely lost, and even worse, accompanied by a mad begger who followed us for several streets muttering incoherently, all the while bleeding heavily from his forehead. Not quite the arrival we had expected.
Anyway, onto our hotel. Now, we arrived and were greeted by a grumpy Sumatran who was not very helpful at all. Generally when booking with a hotel and being tourists, the staff ...
... We looked at the weather for our trip and while most of it will be hot like it is here, in Seoul it seems to get in the 50's at night. Well, I only brought one pair of pants and a rain jacket, so nothing exactly warm. Rick is still in the lookout for a pair of loafers that are big enough for his feet, and a pair of jeans/casual pants, since he too only brought one pair of jeans and they are developing a hole rather quickly. Unfortunately, our trip didn't bear a ...
... the width of two Calgary sidewalks, with many ups and downs. Where there was stairs, there was a concrete ramp built into the middle to accommodate the motorbikes. Such a weird place to have motorbikes, although it seemed to have worked for this small town. Once we arrived at our accommodation, our room was an open air structure with an insect net around the bed. Pretty nice for 600,000rp ($6) a night. We stayed at The Green Hill for two nights before our jungle trek ...