The Westin Chosun Busan
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... For 50 minutes there were fireworks, big ones, heartshaped ones and ones that looked like they fell down from the bridge like waterfalls. I took many pictures, so many that at one point my camera was saying 'memorycard is full'. Ah~ that must have been because I took many videos too, but definetely worth it.
... Everywhere you go in South Korea you see marvels of civil engineering like this. Eight-lane tunnels, motorway viaducts soaring over steep valleys, high-speed trains shoehorned into one of the world's most densely populated countries, large buildings precariously balanced on hilsides. But the Gwangan Bridge takes the cake. Not only is it a work of genius but it is the canvas for a briliant light show each night, the vertical cords of the suspension bridge becoming ...
I still didn't feel exactly crash hot this morning and had a bit of a sleep in. Craig got up and went for breakfast and brought me back some muesli. I eventually got up and washed my hair and wrote up my blog.
Meanwhile Craig had a team meeting for the Great Egg Dropping competition which was to be held in the afternoon. We’d had various strategic discussions but a final meeting was called for and it was decided to have a ...
... We were expecting a food court similar to the other malls we had been in. Instead, we found a giant room with no less than 50 different counters selling every kind of food imaginable: Korean foods, western style burgers, sandwiches and wraps, cupcakes and tarts, pretzels and pizza, stir fry noodles, ice cream, coffee and even Indian food. There were also small stores set up along the left side selling various kinds of food products, including some of ...
... 8217;. Complete buzz kill.
As much as I will miss Korea, I’m actually quite intrigued to try the age twenty four out. I jumped on a plane twenty three, arrived in Korea twenty five, will leave Korea twenty six and will arrive in the UK twenty four. Wow, what a mind funk! Only in Korea do they make your life span feel like the card game higher or lower.
Finally a special mention for the fantastic people, you all know who you are; met some ...