Toyoko Inn Busan No.1
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... me to do as the teacher of the 2 year old class. I started off last week with 3 kids, and now it looks like 2 more will be joining the class starting tomorrow. It's been fun getting to plan different activities and crafts for the kids. It's great to be able to present the parents with something the kids have made that day. I know I am right where God wants ...
... walked around and took pictures (I didn't bring my camera with me :( so I took pictures with my phone so the quality is not very good..)
At some point we realized we had gone off the 'art route' and ended up walking in the 'normal village'. There was a huge temple. Actually I'm not sure if it was a temple or not because you could see some parts inside ...
... for Busan. Busan is South Korea's second largest city with a metropolitan population of about 3.6 million, around the size of Melbourne, located at the southeastern extremity of the Korean peninsula.
I would normally have caught the subway to my hostel near Busan Station, but my friend Norm (who I met earlier on this adventure) and a friend of his were waiting for me. The subway woud have taken about an hour on three different lines so I took a taxi. The taxi ...
... and dried can be bought
· Yongdusan Park, a city park where we catch a Korean folk dance show
· Haedong Yonggungsa seaside Buddhist temple
· Dalmajiiroad, a scenic drive where we encounter trendy coffee bars, beaches and modern apartments
... nuisance of our ears popping every time we went through a tunnel,which is often since the tunnels run through the mountains and, it's Korea so there are a lot of mountains. When we finally arrived we went to check in to our hotel. In Korea, hotels are an interesting experience. You can either decide to pay upwards of $180 a night for a western style hotel (and that's off-season pricing) or you can do as the Koreans do. Their motels are actually called love motels. ...