Just to share some others miscellaneous views during my recent Korea trip, one more shopping post to go to end this travelogue. I think my readers have started to feel bored as I can see comments are getting lesser... Hmm, it's ok, I'll continue to blog anyways ;)
Yeoui-Do street, famous for its cherry blossom during Spring, as it was early Spring no sign of any cherry blossom yet so we din't get down the bus
A temple nearby the Gangneung railway station
We were here for a few minutes before we caught the train which I have blogger here
A huge river behind us, but it's all dry up and filled with big rocks
And this place is near Mount Seoraksan
We were at a theater in Seoul one night to catch the famous Drumcat show, it's a stage show performed by 6 beautiful Korean girls for an hour, too bad no camera is allowed in the theater
Anyway the girls were at the outside when the show ended, so grabbed to chance to take photos of them, they are very pretty and sexy right?
I was at Korea for a total of 6 nights, and I stayed at 4 different hotels. No doubt it's fun to be able to experience different hotels but it is quite tiring also as we need to pack our luggage almost every nights.
Hotel Robero, we stayed here for 2 nights in Jeju Island
A temple just opposite the hotel
1 single bed and 1 double bed, I was sharing bed with my mum while my 3rd aunty slept on her own
Simple hotel room, not many toiletries provided as Korea is very environmental friendly
Here we were inside the Kensington Flora hotel, situated at Gangwon-Do
With the tour leader Xiao An
第二间酒店就是Kensington Flora hotel
A small closet to hang our clothes
3 single beds so we slept comfortably this night
Bathroom is nice and toiletries provided are from C&E
A bit of Japanese Tatami style, have to take off our shoes
Mini fridge. We were here for a night only
The window leads to this big balcony
Luxury bathroom at the ground floor
3rd hotel, Maremons at Sokcho-si, this is the nicest hotel throughout the whole trip
Lobby is quite vintage-looking. Wi-fi is free at lobby, actually wi-fi is available almost everywhere in Korea, quite convenient!
Too bad we stayed only a night here
Computer is provided, of course have to pay la!
This is the hotel where we saw snowing!
Another hotel we stayed is called Co-op Residence in Seoul, we spent 2 nights here.
Looking like a small apartment with pantry and all
最后一件饭店是 Co-op Residence
Lots of cabinets
But room is very small compared to the rest, as it's located at the center of Seoul
Couch provided so we could put our luggages here
Whenever I stay at a hotel, 2 main concerns are cleanliness and odorless, it doesn't matter if it's 2 star rated or 5 star rated ;)
Part 1: Day 1 in Jeju
Part 2: Day 2 in Jeju Island (Part I)
Part 3: Day 2 in Jeju Island (Part II)
Part 4: Everland, Seoul
Part 5: Food & Beverages
Part 9: Snow and Nami Island