The Westin Chosun Busan
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... I have ever seen! We rented 5 of the cabins and had a huge BBQ and played on a crazy inner tube slide. The best part was playing with animals! They had goats, rabbits, and ponies! Two adorable beagle puppies, and an empty pool full of frogs who desperately needed rescuing! I was in heaven! I saved probably 10 froggies from their immenent death and carried them to a nearby frog. There were about 20 fried frogs and salamanders in the bottom of the pool so I knew they couldn't get ...
... the mystery meal I had in Seoul and asked the hostel manager if she could tell me what it was (the restaurateur had written it down for me in hangul (Korean script). Laughed when she read it, and told me it was Soon Dae Guk, a traditional Korean soup dish containing meat, spring onions and a sort of sausage containing vermicelli noodles and pig’s blood in a milky meat broth. I had mixed feelings upon understanding what the mystery ...
... bottom of the underground arcade. Even Kaz's titanium knees are feeling the strain by now. We reach the other side of the road only to find the escalators are out of order, so it's another 10 flights of stairs back up to street level. Not happy campers.
The main fish market was different, with lots of eels and odd looking seafood, all sold live by small vendors. The side streets were lined by even smaller vendors selling all kinds of dried seafood ...
... the tiny streets until we found the multicoloured neon flashing beacon of the Hot Motel. This love motel far outdid the other motels we'd stayed at with a very impressive 2x full PCs with super fast (90Mb/s) broadband, a ginormous TV, lots of toiletries, multifunction light settings including colour cycling and a bath that straddles the bathroom and bedroom! Quite a sight! Stayed at the Hot Motel, Busan [T&J Rating: ...
... of school. Back story. Before we left for Seoul we had dropped off our luggage at a co-workers apartment. She had gone to Seoul the weekend before school was starting and wasn’t getting back until 11:30 Monday morning. What I’m trying to explain to you is that we didn’t have access to any of our stuff (except the dirty clothing we had been wearing in Seoul all week) on our first day of work. Solid.
Jess and I being ...