The Westin Chosun Busan
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... was hard work but beautiful. The water is crystal clear so every rock is visible. It feels funny, as the weather is hot and humid, but the water (whether in the tap, the sea or a stream) is cold. I guess it's because we are so far north. We had a fun day at the Busan museum, where we got to dress up as the king and queen of Korea. I also got to use old stamping techniques to create a lovely dragon print. I'm looking forward to framing that when I get ...
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# of trains: 173
# of flights: 15
# of ferries: 3
... Nou camp. No regrets about that, but I stuck with my initial thought here. Once I'd got my ticket, curious, I wandered round the back of the stadium, grimy at ground level with disused gates betokening better times. I could hear a distinct noise, though, like a not quite rhythmic banging, and with a glimpse of light and green through slats I realised the practice area was just inches away, the sound that of balls hitting gloves. I was very excited. The team have something like a ...
... but this was probably amongst the worst we'd seen. As we didn't have much other choice we left our belongings there and went off to explore the city, the only consolation being that we hadn't paid for it!
The first stop on our list was Haedong Yonggungsa Buddhist temple. We shared a taxi there with a friendly Malaysian/Singaporean couple and joined a very long queue to enter the temple. The temple is situated on a large rocky cliff with the waves crashing just a ...
... looked like they had spiritualism running through their veins, obviously whilst curious of the experience we weren’t quite at their level. For example when we did our forty minutes of meditating they were probably high in a magic world, while I was just thinking about getting home and having a Toby Carvery as we sat in silence with our eyes closed. This was on my mind, as the temple provided me with a bit or rice and Kimchi for my dinner; I’m not a growing ...