The Westin Chosun Busan
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... BY the time I got out to the cemetery and walked around sufficiently it was approaching lunch time so I headed back to Jagalchi for some street food. I am really digging the street food at the moment – I tried to find some more of the savoury pancakes, but I instead ended up having gimbap, which is basically just Korean sushi. And of course a sweet pancake to round out the meal!
I was pretty tired so ...
... but it's supposed to be fully booked, and no one is here, so we think maybe a large group is checking in later. Once we got settled in, we made our way to a grocery store via the Haeundae Market. It's a street that has a lot of Korean street food and live fish and eels for sale. The supermarket was interesting but way more expensive than we thought it would be. For the rest of our time in Busan, we might be eating with the eels on the street instead.
... be able to sell it all or does it all goes to waste. You just get rid of the smell of fish and you enter the biggest shopping mall with again all the latest fashion shops and people all dressed up. I don’t think I have ever seen such a big contrast in a city by just walking arround for a couple of hours. But I must say the city really feels alive and kicking and we both like it a lot, a lot more than Seoul. In the evening we have a meal at the fish market where we have ...
This morning I went to the coffee shop and answered e-mails then set off to the subway to reload my card. I was told I couldn't reload it at the station but by heading back to the Arirang Hotel discovered I could load it in the convenience store next door and use the card here as well as in Seoul.
So then I headed off to Jagalchi Fish Market and wandered about taking pictures and enjoying the huge fish market. Every stall had fresh fish or vegetables and ...
... 8217;m not sure I’ve grown in ten years but still you know, even Gandhi wouldn’t be happy with just a bit of rice and some Kimchi and that bloke was notorious for hunger strikes. I also had an itch on my nose for half of the meditating session, which was torture! So, how did the four foreigners link with me breaking down into laughter? I was trying to think of anything to prevent from cracking up as I was already close to losing control, so decided to look down ...