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... many cafes and ice cream places ( they like their sweets). Also did the "free" English speaking tour of the old Palace that is located in the middle of the village. ( just me on the tour - there are just no western tourists around. Hanok village is not that big an area (about 700 traditional houses) so covered it all on foot in about 5 hours including going into the various places along the way
Had a quick look at the former cathedral - ...
... I didn't even notice. Sunday evening we had an American about to begin a year of teaching English, a Swiss motorcyclist travelling Spain-Australia and a Singaporean. Yan, the motorcyclist, sees a different side of places to us-Tokyo was a nightmare to get out of, for instance, Mongolia a tricky landscape of pebbly tracks. He could, if he wanted, do a good comedic turn on the perils of motorcycling-missing a turn on a mountain road, screeching to a halt with one wheel ...
... garden outside the museum were larger than life size replicas of various dinosaurs and pre-historic birds and animals. But, perhaps the most amazing part of the museum was its location - surrounding the museum were 360 degrees of mountains full of lush grasses, trees and bushes. it looked as though the mountains were built around the museum instead of the other way around. We constantly have to remind ourselves that the mountains, hills, valleys and ...
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- Korean traditional instruments sound horrible.
- Pizza and hamburgers are snacks; not meals.
... downing a pitcher of strong beer in a Chinese version of a German beer garden, with plastic flowers and a strange shimmery decorations, watching the early commuters make their way to work. It was probably the best way to experience Beer Street, I think.
After I finished that, I tried not to fall into the squat toilets, made it, and from there, it was about time to catch the ferry again. I walked there, hoping I'd find a ...