Sunset Business Hotel
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... rescue cats and not just the cute furry pedigree cats that are now becoming the norm for cat cafes. We were made to feel very welcome when a small kitten popped up on the chair next to Tim and did a huge pee, nice. Aside from the annoying children who were tormenting the cats with treats and just begging to be scratched this was a nice little café with adorable cats. I particularly liked the moody faced furry ones that just have that look that they hate you.
... center. I don't know what Here maps is but if anyone does check out the street view outside Gamcheon community center and you might see us pulling some stupid poses.
Night time was when we fully experienced what Busan had to offer though. We stayed in the Nam district which is home to two of Busan's universities, it was also the temporary home of Niels, the Danish guy who has been following us around ...
... goes really well with the meal. We had an excellent dinner. The next day we set off to visit the palaces. But first we had to buy our first souvenirs namely two umbrellas as it was pouring with rain. As it was raining so much we decided to go to the history museum of Seoul first. So we got to learn a bit more on the history of Seoul. Luckily it didn’t rain so much anymore when we got out and visited the two main palaces Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung. The first one is ...
... take in a little culture by visiting the Busan Modern Art museum which was excellent and acted as the perfect ante-dote to two nights of heavy drinking. Korea has seen an explosion of modern artists in recent years and the calibre on display at the museum was excellent even if we hadn't heard of any of the artists.
Suitably culturally refreshed, we then caught the evening bus back to Cheongju and got in around 11pm in time to curl up in front of the laptop to watch some western TV!
... yeogiyo’ since I have been here, in England if you shout ‘I’m here’ in a restaurant, you’re getting sprog in your soup. I think this knowledge is at the forefront of my mind as I try to order, therefore potentially being the reason I rarely eat in Korea.
Something else that hasn’t slipped my attention since signing up to this teacher lark is that a young child’s sense of humour makes absolutely no sense; they will ...