Toyoko Inn Busan No.1
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... and peaceful place and the wall of names of all the fallen soldiers was pretty breathtaking, broken down by country it was heart wrenching to see how many American’s lost their lives.
Our next destination was Haeundae beach, this is the most touristy beach in Busan, by far the biggest and the best. With the city full of skyscapers behind it the hundreds of umbrellas in perfect rows just make for an absolutely stunning view. It was a warm ...
... I have my own bathroom, a "wet room" with a combined shower and toilet, but there is no basin. I brush my teeth and wash my hands at a tap a few inches off the floor with the waste water going into a drain on the floor. However, the people who run it are super-friendly and I'd prefer this any day to more commodious accommodation with surly customer service.
Norm met me at the hostel. He left Australia to teach English after finishing uni a couple of years ago ...
... or less chased me, as if once I understood she had fried chicken I would be a guaranteed sale) would be forgiven for spotting a white man and expecting an American, given the sport, so maybe thought we could compare notes on our teams. Instead I had only "um, I'll look it up-I hope you will too" in answer to "can you tell us some English baseball teams?" I loved the game. The next section over, section A to my B (and I could easily have strolled in there) had the voluble fans ...
... 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 ...
... the dining room was not opening till 6.30am and we had to leave at 7.15am.
Off to the waiting area and Liz decided to go to the loo, just as they apparently decided to call out tour number. We ended up with Chinese group 4 rather than English group 2 and caused a bit of a commotion when a staff member noticed. She had us running down the opposite stairs to everyone else to get ahead of the crowd and onto our bus. We made it and the bus took off, only to stop ...