The Westin Chosun Busan
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Travel Blogs from Busan
... to pass up a lift, so I said an emphatic “yes.” We arrived to the bus stop just as the bus was coming – the timing couldn’t have been better.
When I got into Gyeongju I decided to take the train to Busan, as I hadn’t travelled inter-city by train yet. The train cost 6400 KRW (6.4 AUD) and took two hours (not an express train obviously). I chowed down on some Hwangnam Bread and bananas that I had bought on ...
... wandered round, through the park, the Memorial Hall, and finally out of the front gate. Then I walked by the Cultural Centre and to the Busan Museum and spent about an hour visiting the exhibits. Now I had to find my way back to the subway. After one false start I knew I was going in the right direction and came out of the road right at the subway stop where I had started.
I headed back to the Tourist Info Centre at the train station to see if I could ...
... Buddha; a lad at the front removed the dunce’s hat from my head and placed it on his own as he started to fall asleep during the top boy’s speech. At least we had the courtesy to be at the back while we s******ed; this guy just jumped on board a snooze cruise and didn’t care about the bald bloke in orange looking back at him. Before you judge sleepy boy though please bear in mind that he is also of the male form and therefore shared a bedroom with the ...
... of restaurant on top of hair-dressers ontop of bar on top of shoe shop on top of restaurant. I admit, without Chris it would have been difficult to pick out exactly which direction to head in.
For example, one of the nicest bars we went to:
After walking along one busy street after another, Chris stopped on the crowded sidewalk and pointed up to a high up, small and relatively plain sign hanging from a fourth storey establishment. ...
... but after my kushy year in Korea I can't do without a few creature comforts.
This time we've planned more so we know that we are going to some cold places. Instead of bulky items to keep warm we have a good stock of polyprops to layer under our summer clothes as well as light windproof jackets.
We're also taking a few specialist things such as a UV water purifying stick for India (I'll let you know how that works later ...
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