T.H.E. Hotel & Vegas Casino
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- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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When we decided to go to Jeju we knew that it was South Koreas biggest island, but we had no idea just how big it was. We expected a little island with pretty beaches and a small town. What we actually arrived on was an Island metropolis 73km long and 41 km wide with a population of 580,000 and everything you would expect to find in a big city, including a huge modern shiny airport.
We struck gold with our hostel, Yeha City Hall is the sort of place that ...
... go. For 3 days rent it only cost 90,000 w. I say it's affordable! We got free gifts too! So kind of them! By then we already concluded that it's part of Korean culture to provide free gifts. Seriously. We got other stuff too as the days went by.
Time just flew so fast! By the time we finished renting business it was already 5 pm and we were super starving. I asked where should we have the best seafood and Mrs. ...
... again so I drank again. By this time the others had come to see what the laughter was all about and I handed the bottle to Margie for a drink. This performance was repeated a few more times and finally I went round the back of the stall and we had our picture taken together. She wouldn’t let us pay for the soju and I think we provided the entertainment for several of the vendors nearby.
After that we wandered the stalls and bought waffle fish ...
... in Korean is so well regulated compared to Southeast Asia. In Vietnam, I remember being sent up this mountain that was a virtual mudslide, holding on to trees to climb while elderly couples clung to the young kids or slid down the mountain on their backsides. In Korea, all the trails are so well constructed and laid out that they almost take the fun out of it! Instead of really hiking, any of the steep parts were turned into stairs so most of the time it was climbing stairs instead ...
... in itself. We had to ask about a billion bus drivers for the place we wanted to go. I caused quite a backup of 3 or 4 buses when I was asking one driver. He ended up saying no, but that the bus we needed was the one behind him. We got on that bus and then showed the driver that map and he gave a strange look and said no. Then he held down the horn to pass the bus in front of him through an intersection to let him know that we actually needed that bus! So he stopped and we got off, ...