Sun Cruise Resort
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I am still here in Vladivostok, it's early morning, outside it's still pitch dark.
Using my e pad should not make to much of a disruption, as everybody else is still in sleeping mode, and as I can hear, some in snoring mode too.
Anyway, I am awake, realising of spending only a few more hours here in Russia.
By 2 PM, the boat leaves the Vladivostok port, towards the ...
... and find it deserted but with 2 Korean fish restaurants. Cab driver promises to return when I wind my watch on 90 minutes & point. Now we just have to agree which fish in the tank will be lunch - I think we had rock fish & of course taxi returns. Local bus takes us to the cave via local villages & ladies - its about 40 minutes. Big bat wings on entrance & a momorail up to the entrance. The cave is vast ...
... a little bit but the visibility isn't ever more than about 3 miles here. Once we arrived in Donghae we tried to find the port where Dan's brother was docked; he's in the navy based in Japan. We walked through a local fish market where the locals were just chopping squid up on the sidewalk and trying to sell it to you! We ended up finding his brother and getting a tour of his ship that he flies helicopters off of. We all decided then to ...
... think it was this shot, as well as a notorious beverage known as Hulk's ****, that did Mary in. Like a true drinker she still continued to hold her ground, and her stuttering was minimal, but I think the wind was out of her sails. I'd be lying if I said the same hasn't happened to me...perhaps more times than I would like to admit, especially at The Warehouse. Take waring! That place is trouble!
We danced long into the night ...
... surfboards. What kinda kook brings boards to Korea? 5 hours later, around midnight, I awoke as we pulled into the hotel. Here I was, just having flown across the Pacific Ocean to a place I might be able to find on a world map, then was driven for 5 hours through the country with my eyes closed, asleep! Talk about disorientation. So Mark, what are the surfboards for? "Well, I figured couldn't hurt. Better to be prepared, ya know? Wanna ...