Song Do Beach Hotel
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... go to University, or both, consequently they now have a very progressive
As we prepared to sail, we have had live
entertainment of various kinds, a stage and equipment all at the ready, one
band of three girls who played drums, in their very short skirts and platform
shoes, and did various routines, were a hit, the Folk Group were loud and
colourful, such a nice touch on leaving ,the best we have had, they waved to ...
... gorging myself on fresh, steamed fish and spicy Korean fish soup.
For our last day on holiday, we set off into the mountains of Busan to take a look at Seokbulsa Temple, a hermitage set in the Geumjeong Mountain rocks. A huge natural enclave had been transformed into a place of worship, with large buddhist figures carved into the rock. Once we had clambered up the steps to the top of ...
... The sky went purple and then blood red. Even at sea the mountainous landscape ruled my sight as small islands dotted out path. It was magical. I left the deck when darkness started to creep inside the ship. I don't mind being alone but i will never be a good companion of the dark. That is something I have come to terms with. The fact that my imagination just runs completely berserk as soon as light fades. I used to be ashamed over being this old and afraid of the ...
... to forward that address to you ;)
I'm so thankful that I came here with one of my best friends because honestly, I could not do this alone. A few nights ago the power went out for ONE MINUTE and I was SO SCARED. Thank god I happened to be in Jess' apartment (when am I not there? We basically live together) because at that moment I needed a teddy bear and I needed to be with someone. Unfortunately I didn't have my teddy on ...
... from Becca’s re-discovery of her love
for the humble burger. Cracking burger place right in the centre of town, decked
out in old packing cases, playing classic American rock, what more do you need.
Hotel was run by two grannies, not unlike the Korean version
of Statler and Waldorf from the muppets.