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Travel Blogs from Gunsan
... I didn't want to lose them along the way or have to worry about wet clothes in my bag. By this time it was nearly 3am and some of the other ladies on the trip were with me in the lobby so we ended up chatting for a while before finally sleeping. I (as usual) got a bit cold and moved, but it ended up being a rough night nonetheless. Thank goodness for the travel junkie adrenaline I get going through my veins when I can explore new places.
... to accept or feel enthusiastic about any of the job leads I got in Gunsan at all. I had applied to many of them pre-emotional breakdown, and even went to some interviews. I just didn't feel the same. I didn't look forward to a mildly interested boyfriend who I may only see once a week and can't travel any further than a few hours away at a time.
One thing that ...
It is hard to say what most Koreans do on weekends. Based on our observations we can say a few things with certainty.
Every Saturday, everyone and their brother goes to their local open air markets to buy fresh produce, meat, fish and socialize with their neighbours. Old ladies sit at the stalls snacking on some kind of meat on a stick, rice cakes (not the Quaker kind we are used to in Canada) and kimchi, all of it covered in ...
So, the bus that was supposed to take us to the national park wouldn't let me on since I'm not part of the air force. Boo!
Instead, we took the ferry to Seonyu island. In the summer, it's probably a more exciting place, but it was nice and empty since it was so cold.
The ferry was one of those really fast ones, but we had to wait about an hour for it to leave. So, we walked around the industrial wasteland that is west Gunsan.
Then, when we got ...
... days in Canada with my favourite people!
Luckily though, K was having an adventure the next day, so I went with him and his friend to a business meeting in Gunsan.
My batteries died so you only get iPod photos. They are terrible, sorry.