Dragon Valley Hotel
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... Dynasty's Upper class residence. We had a wonderful English speaking guide to bring us around so it wasn't too boring.
1540: Left the attraction.
1800: Arrived at the resort.
1850: Our family met up with Mommy's friend family for dinner, it was a pleasant coincidence that they stayed there too! So the rest had homecooked food by Daddy LO.
... and we both figured out that we had the same exact birthday! I knew I felt some connection! A surplus of traditional Chinese herbs and teas were piled high and special ceramic tea sets filled the table. I turned around to eye explore a little more and saw a huge flat screen TV. I asked if they watched TV and they cackled and whole heartidly admitted to watching their favorite Korean drama "The Secret Garden." Not your ...
... So, I immediately went to her house to measure and then hoped and prayed that Paco would fit. The big day came and I carried the 22 lb'er 15 minutes through the town to Angela’s house (don’t ask me how), as all the locals gawked and stared at this beast. Angela and her family had never seen such a thing. Hun Wa, her daughter screamed "Oh my, a dead ostrich!" After 3 trips to baste and check on Paco, and 6 hours of roasting, the final product was ...
... said 'well my students are very handsome'!
Last week I was told a few days in advance that there would be another 'picnic'. This time I brought a shoulder bag along so Mrs Shin wouldn't have to carry my lunch again. We all turned up at a car park a few minutes drive from the school and set off on a 3 hour hike up a mountain. My bag was once again unpractical so I had to leave half my lunch in Mrs Shin's car. It was great fun to begin with, the kindergarten children all ...
... the way so he pulled into a bus stop to for directions and two 'ajumas' (middle-aged married women who always have permed hair - an 'ajuma perm') hopped in and directed us. They were going to a marriage match meeting (which you will now have to do a google search for) near E-Mart.
That's all for now. Next time I want to write about food. I know that when I'm back in the UK I will miss some of the dishes, but other ones really leave me a little bit bewildered.
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsDragon Valley Hotel Pyeongchang
Nice resort with convenience stores below it. skiing resort too!
Cool and nice!
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