Sunset Business Hotel
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Seaside in breezy Busan and the living is good. A friendly place to stay, an old friend and the freshest seafood; who wouldn't want to stay here for a while? Villages with funky roofs, beautiful weather and enough beaches to keep yourself busy for a long while, this is laid back Busan. A nice ...
... of climbing here and there but it was only fun. Of course the people who had been swimming down below had stopped that and now instead stared at me. But I climbed on and soon reached safer ground. And all along the sea was an easy walk on flat steps and stones. I cursed a little bit as the big blue looked so inviting and cool. But Yonggungsa was pulling on the other end so I ignored any temptations to jump in with my clothes on as I had done in Japan and instead kept ...
... m seriously considering staying a second night.
I decided to take a wander through Chinatown and had a wonderful time exploring the alleys and shops. I bought a few food items and plan to go back tomorrow to explore more thoroughly. What fun!
There is no WiFi in the room but there is a coffee shop off the lobby and I’m told it has WiFi so I will head down there shortly and treat myself while I answer e-mails and upload my trip diary and ...
... of our co-workers. Her name is Danya and she's AMAZING. She's Canadian. That's what's up. We just... get each other. Ya know? Together we are the three musketeers and enjoy chilling out, working out, talking each other's ears off, binge drinking (oops, sorry parents), and planning trips to see other parts of Korea! Not only has she given us valuable work advice, she has also let us in on an important insider foreign community term: L.B.H. Can you guess ...
So the blog hit the two month mark and it suddenly seemed to be very difficult to add to it. The last entry was a month ago and I've been up to plenty since, it's just getting the bum-on-seat time to write it up here.
In the last month I have climbed a mountain, seen the changing colour of Korea's plentiful folliage, I have played traditional folk music for the merriment of a dancing crowd, I have sold hot-dogs, me ...