Camp Casey Lodge
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... are apparently a couple of hotels tourists can stay at, but this is the main one as it has lots to do, and is on a peninsular that feels a bit like an island. Only one road in, which has gates and guards. However once inside the gates you are allowed to wander - it's billed as the only hotel in Pyongyang where you can go for a walk to stretch your legs! We had dinner, and then a couple of drinks in the not-revolving revolving restaurant, before I headed back to my ...
... of meat. It could have been beef for all I tasted. Joelle said it had a strong taste. As the soup was otherwise uninterestingly seasoned we didn't really enjoy the dish.
Miss Phang unnecessarily explained that Koreans don't eat their pet dogs and cats and that when she grew up there had been many of them. But nowadays she was puzzled by how few pets were around (when had the most recent famine occured?).
An ride through the countryside later we were vack in PY ...
Tuesday 23rd April.
Today we travelled up to Solma-ri for a Ceremony to commemorate the anniversary of the Battle of the Imjin River.
Over the course of this battle, around 620 soldiers of the Gloucestershire Regiment died or were taken prisoner of war. This was over 3 days.
The ceremony was arranged jointly by the UK Defence Attache and the UN Korean War Allies Association.
After a full and ...
My American counterpart, Miss Surdovel, is leaving Seoul on March 7th; and it's for good this time! (I have already attended two of her leaving parties :o)) She and Annalissa are moving to Chicago; Annalissa to study for a second masters and Sam to get her first ever real job, probably as a teacher in an elementary school. So the city of Seoul as I knew it, is about to change forever.
As you all know, I have frittered my money away on various continents, as only a ...
... br> the magic day, I've been hunting for small items for their apartment
which will be their home, at least the next year.
had a really neat dinner with Sue's parents and brother - traditional
Korean dishes with over thirty different dishes - scrumptious but two
hours "cross-legged" is impossible for me and I was gimpy
for a few blocks afterwards ...