Somerset Palace Seoul
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... got out our Sunday best especially. There were two parts to the this tour which drove about an hour north of Seoul to the village of Panmunjom the Joint Security Area (the ‘JSA’) also known as Truce Village. The JSA is the only portion of the Demilitarised Zone (‘DMZ’) where North and South Korea stand face to face. We were welcomed at the JSA by an American Soldier who has just finished his basic training, we were his second tour group ever ...
... had her milk and Mark made Kat a bowl of cereal from 'Paris Baguette' that was very healthy, full of grains. We decided rather than getting
wet going by tube, to get a taxi to Lotte World. Lotte World didn’t disappoint,
it was perfect for people with young kids. There were rides galore for all of
us, a monorail, shows and a Parade with floats and samba dancing. We still have
the song in our head from the parade (5 days later). We had a ...
... patrol station. A North Korean soldier walked over the bridge and killed him with an axe. A few metres down the road we could then see bridge where he crossed. They named this the 'Bridge of no return' Unfortunately we weren't allowed to get off the bus to take pictures. We could only take pictures on the bus. We then drove pretty close to the propaganda village and the massive North Korean flag before going back to camp Bonifas When we returned back at camp Bonifas to got ...
... from a korean guy. i also met a korean guy who reminded me of the little kid from indiana jones temple of doom, but all grown up now. he was just so excited about everything. he told me he hitchhiked from cally to new york last year with very little money.
And that brings me to today the day i am writing this entry. It is May 15th and i just bought a plane ticket to hong kong leaving tomorrow. hopefully i will be able to get a visa and then my journey into china will ...
... the coffee shop downstairs and, because his wife had his car for the day, we took a taxi the short distance to the road up to his farm, high on the mountain. It was a wonderful spot with over three hundred new pear trees and many old ones that has been pruned hard to encourage new growth. He had built a road up the mountain and there were some basic buildings where he or guests could sleep. One was made out of straw and local clay, one was an old shipping ...