The Westin Chosun Busan
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Today was definetely one of my best days in Korea!
Together with a friend I met at work, we went to Gamcheon.
It's a village with a route along different art pieces, but not like statues or paintings.
Houses being decorated on the outside, walls with (okay) paintings, rooms with pictures and more. It was great, everything looked so colorful ^^ ...
... sure my passport, second bank card and emergency cash were still inside. That's when I saw the wet passport.
Thankfully all the writing and visa stamps are still legible, though the stamps have bled through to the next page. However, my passport photo has faded and smudged to the point where you can't see me. You can just make out my eyes and hair, everything else is a blur.
Jeju is like that. It is still one of the most popular tourist destinations ...
... be bothered to cook, I don't know, but stamina is the right word for me, we agreed a price and I ate it and accompaniment right up. I spent the afternoon on the beach till rain drove me in. It ended up raining for the duration and I found a comfy spot. The hostel has an upstairs, rooms up there unused as it is quiet, but with a kitchen and, on the mezzanine, mattresses and cushions. Later the manager treated the three of us knocking about, my korean roommate and a French girl, to ...
... fortunate to meet up with two delightful gentlemen, Mr Kim and Mr Jeong, who act as guides at the temple, two days a week.
Mr Kim was the temple expert and he did a good job in letting us know the role of each Buddha within each pavilion. As always, the pavilions were beautifully painted, with pictures of the life of Buddha, flowers and animals. The Beomeosa Temple originated in the 6th century but has seen a number of ...
... 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 ...