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... up and another three hours coming down. I thought I could manage. I have enough time. It was 11:30 by the time I started though. If I pace myself quick enough, I calculated, I would reach the peak by 3PM, and be back by 6PM. It’s summer, so the sun would still be up by then. I could make it!
I struggled. I was already soaked in sweat, my leg muscles started getting sore, and my heart beat fast while I was running out of breath. ...
... been hinted that we will have to conduct an individual research project, and then present it to our mentors/managers. That in itself wouldn't be too bad, but I wonder how extensive it will be, and how much it would challenge us over the seven weeks we're here. It'll definitely take me some time to settle in and get used to the slow paced work lifestyle.
PS. coffee here is nowhere as good as Adelaide. There's no coffee taste, so my latte just tasted like warm milk!
... made no secret of the fact that he really didn’t want to be here. He didn’t like the heat and he didn’t seem to like being a tour guide, I guess they never warned him about this in his basic training, ha ha. Whilst our soldier didn’t seem to be taking his responsibility too seriously we were all required to sign a disclaimer that if we were injured or killed due to enemy action it was our own fault, awesome hand me the pen??!!??
... 8217;s education. Public school is offered to children in kindergarten through high school and the hours are 7:00am to 6:00pm five days a week. Most children also enroll in Academy (sometimes called cram-school) in the evenings from 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm and on Saturdays. When many cram schools were keeping students until midnight, a law was passed that they must close by at least 10:00 pm. Globally, South Korea has the highest rate of ...
... and only at some banks. So lots of running around. I bought some things, very excited. In the evening I went out with Woo my friend who lives here, and two of his buddies. We had korean BBQ, then went to another resto and had shrimp. Yes strange but I had a nice time he tells me he considers me to be his sister now lol. Great ...