Western Co-Op Residence
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... it is a mini folk village consisting of
a number of traditional Korean-style houses.
* Then transfer to Gimpo airport for domestic flight to Jeju Island.
* Yongduam Rock (Dragon Head Road), an unusual lava format
to Mysterious Road, where a strange phenomenon happens on this
gentle Slope that your car in neutral with the brake off seems to roll ...
... that the teacher puts students in groups to stop some students falling asleep because groups would not allow individual students to do this in the competition.
Groups swap their responses and mark them (like trivia).Teacher reads out the answers and students mark another groups responses BUT they mark individual group members answers. The answers are not provided as a group answer sheet.
A homework sheets is given to students to finish before ...
... in Korea. The market was a phenomenal assault on the senses!! So much to look at, amazing aromas and lots of noise and bustle. We wandered around soaking in the atmosphere and enjoying the spectacle! The food stalls looking amazing and there were little street cafés scattered within the market itself. At one stage a stall holder (dressed as a woman?!) tried to entice us to buy some of his goods by telling us that he was dressed in 'Gangnam style!!' A surreal end to a surreal ...
Prior to coming to Korea, there were a lot of loose ends we needed to tie up: Selling our cars, packing our things, quitting our jobs. And each time we told someone that we were going to be moving to a different country, naturally they wanted to know where. "Korea!", we'd tell them with excitement in our voices, anxious to hear what their response would be. Most responses were positive, sometimes followed by a story of somebody they knew who did something similar. Some ...
... shot from a French romance film, and the Eiffel Tower was nowhere to be seen (despite the competition between Waz and I to spot it first), flying into Paris was an awesome experience for both of us. It was so emotional I could hardly tallk, and Waz just kept saying bonjour Pari in a funny deep French accent, and as we stepped off the plane into Charles de Gaulle airport we had our very first real French kiss ...