Travel Blogs from Gunsan
... small Kimchee dishes (various things pickled) and a very tasty omelette (random!). Tom amazingly didn't break a sweat whilst eating the super spicy bibinbap (we're not really sure why!) whilst we both enjoyed the varied flavours. We wandered back to the hotel after dinner, via the large only remaining city gate and a fruit seller where we could only buy bananas buy the bunch of 15! Stayed at Hole-in-one Motel, Jeonju [T&J rating: ...
Well, I decided not to go to Seoul to a rooftop party that I was invited to. Instead, Dave's friends had their own rooftop party in Gunsan. Much easier to get to for me, and probably the people were nicer there anyway.
Maybe I'm a little tipsy in these photos. Ha. Oops.
And my face is burnt.
... instruments, even crowns and swords.While inside the museum was interesting, the best part was outside. In a vast field the lines of the previous temple and walls of buildings were clearly visible in the divots and crevices of the grassy hills. In the middle of the field would have stood a giant stone pagoda, similar to the wooden one we saw at the Baekje Fortress in Buyeo. Unfortunately, the pa************aged during wars and occupations. Though it no ...
... team jerseys. For example, Dave has one that says "weapons". Other people have other things on their jerseys that I can't remember now.
We went to A-Town to observe the prostitutes and drunk people and then we took the drunk bus home, which was even crazier. These are the heroes protecting your freedom, ladies and gentlemen.
... You are more likely to run into another foreigner at McDonalds than at the immigration office.
- Many Christians do not distinguish between Santa Claus and Jesus Christ.
- You receive health advice from 10 year olds.