Sunset Business Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to see, obviously we had to go up Busan Tower. This tower serves absolutely no purpose save to give people a view over the city. I didn’t know that that was a rarety but Tim reliable informs me that they are usually radio towers or suchlike?! Regardless of having a second job, the tower did a damn good job at providing views over the city, so much so that Tim had several hissy fits whilst editing the hundreds of pictures that we each took covering ...
... whole rest of the trip. I got to practice my beginner Korean language skills, and Norm and I got to teach her how to say "no worries" and "cheers, mate" just like a true-blue Aussie.
Our Korean companion went home, being exhausted after an examination that day, then Norm showed me the sights. We then went to Seomyeon, a business and entertainment district at the geographical centre of Busan and the main interchange station on the subway system. There was ...
... a particular batter. The home team did well, too, scoring in inning 3, loading the bases thanks to a couple of second base steals in inning 5 and picking up 3 more, and cementing it in inning 7 with another 3, making the Wyverns' solitary point at the end irrelevant. Apparently the standard is high minor league, but the crowd much noisier. Official attendance was only 3287, but they did make some noise. Lotte are fifth, but can't make fourth at this late stage. Two more home games ...
... that we'd been told that Busan was "always" hot and sunny and so (stupidly) didn't check the weather forecast before heading there. When we arrived the weather was grey and windy and at least 10 degrees colder than the hot weather we had been acclimatising to in Cheongju. Not a problem if you've packed the right clothes, but we were in Busan in shorts and t-shirts with nothing to cover our legs on the windy streets! A quick trip to a small clothes store to buy some emergency ...
... waiter’s attention. You shout "Yeogiyo (여기요)" across the bar towards the member of staff you require and they wander over; this means ‘I’m here!’. I can’t be going around shouting that at people, I’m not Cristiano Ronaldo, I’m just a man who wants to order some pasta. I was brought up with manners, but in Korea the person who eats first is the man who shouts the loudest; that last line sounds like ...