Travel Blogs from Gunsan
I got an extra weekend off after I bought my ticket to go home to Canada. When I called the airline, they said it would cost me $500 to either change the day to go home, or I could go to Korea for the same price.
I missed Dave so I asked if he would help me pay for hotels if I did that. He said yeah, and that's how it went.
I visited old friends in Iksan as well, but didn't take any pictures. I did take a picture of the nice hotel in Gunsan I stayed at.
We finally managed to book our flights to Jeju before heading out with our walking gear on. It was a steamy 2km trek to the bus terminal, where we found that it was going to be a long wait for the next bus to Daedunsan National Park. Given it was early afternoon we postponed our plan and instead spent a good 30 minutes getting detailed logistics from the temporary tourist info booth. We munched our sandwich from the popular Paris ...
... s all there is. No matter how much someone denies it. He or she may even believe the denials themselves, I know I did. Flirting in any shape or form denotes unhappiness.
"I'm dating you, not them! It doesn't mean anything, I was just bored."
The exact same lines I had uttered so ...
After the hike, I went to Dave's place on the base. Check out that alliteration. It was kind of intense. At the gate, they take your ID and give you a visitor card. Then, you can stay there for 24 hours as long as you are accompanied by someone from the base.
It was a "hail and farewell" day, so a bunch of people were out ...
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- Your apartment's peephole is useless because it's always covered with a restaurant or grocery store flyer.