Somerset Palace Seoul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Last night I had dinner with the Principal, Vice Principal and Head Teachers. They wanted to formally welcome me to the school. On a side note there were about 30 dishes of food at this restaurant we went to and it is impolite to say no, so I went home feeling really sick! The Principal comments to me about how 'hard' I work on my computer all the time, in free periods. He tells me people have noticed I am always working...I wonder why?!
Hyeonwoo had to spend ...
... copper, somewhat cloudy, sediment at the bottom of the bottle like Coopers, heavy on the malt but light on the hops, a satisfying 5.5% alcohol by volume. It was your typical British red ale. This isn't surprising - Kim Jong-il bought the plant from a disused English brewery lock, stock and barrel, and reassembled it in Pyongyang. Considering just how putrid South Korean beer is - vile, gassy, beer-flavoured soda water - I was pleasantly surprised to find something the ...
Thursday 25th April.
4:30am and the alarm went off ......No, NOT the fire alarm......the time to get up alarm !!
Today we are going to take part in an ANZAC Dawn Service at The War Memorial in Seoul.
ANZAC Day commemorates those who died at Gallipoli, Turkey, during the First World War and was hosted by Australia and New Zealand.
After the service we were taken for a buffet breakfast where we had a chance to meet some of the Aussies ...
... know what I was supposed to do. Fortunately we had Election Day on Dec 19 when school would be closed so I was hoping to go on that day. I'd tried calling and emailing the Embassy many times to see if they consider that a National Holiday and whether they would be open or not. The Embassy never answers the phone or responds to emails.
When I tried asking local Uzbeks they told me the ...
... br> Sunday 9 September
The Jongmyo Shrine is close to the hotel so that was my first stop. Costs the vast sum of 1000 won ($1) to get in. The only thing I did not like was that you had to be part of a guided tour. The group ended up being about six people so not too bad. It is an interesting place as it contains the memorials to the ...