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... looks absolutely DELICIOUS.
5) All along the N. Seoul Tower are hundreds on locks. It's tradition to bring a lock, write and message on it and throw away the key with someone to symbolize love. I definitely have to remember to pack a lock with me :D
6) Nonsan is the largest exporter of strawberries in the world. It's where the annual strawberry festival takes place
7) Koreans love their festivals and so do I (it must be the Korean in ...
... avid fan of K-pop such as IU and she watched Korean dramas regularly when she wasn't studying, of course. Walking into her room was like walking into a Hello Kitty store. She was particularly bad at taekwondo, but she had her pug, Zoe to console her from the embarrassment of participating in group exercise activities. She lead a simple life, never traveled and became a chef due to her love for food.
... me out and show me around if I could get into town. The centre (I thought) looked like a cross between SF and NY with some nice, elegant buildings and a bay. It was a really busy - after dinner Taylor and co. showed me around some of the bars and we played some darts - I ended up falling into my room around 2.30am - Taylor was an amazingly gracious host - a great night ! The next morning was not so pretty. It was set to be a mercury-busting day, I had missed breakfast and ...
... the menu online so there'd be no ******* around when we got there.
It's all different here, obviously. The most glaring change is the lack of fries.
That's right. KFC in America does not serve fries, at all. They've got wedges, but that's not the same. Over here the sides are the wedges, mash and gravy, sweetcorn, green beans, coleslaw, mac and cheese, BBQ Beans, a biscuit or seasoned rice!
Green beans! Rice! This is what you're ...
... and I was rebooked on a flight about an hour later (10am) through Detroit, with no change of plane. As on now (8PM) the flight is on time and I have about a 7-hour connection in Los Angeles, so I’m still optimistic.
I guess for today’s parting shot, just a reminder that when traveling we need to be flexible, allow for the unexpected, and hope for the best.
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