|Got up early, walked around town. I discovered this neat mountaintop fitness park and entered it by climbing a very long steep set of stairs. The park has various walking paths and an area with exercise equipment (no camera). Then I walked to the Twosome café where I had lunch and used there free WI-FI. (A neat thing about the café, after placing your order you are given a buzzer /pager ( like the ones given at the Olive Garden when you have to wait for a table), so that you don’t have to stand and wait for your food. After logging in on Skype, I spoke with Kyle and Greg. I learned from Greg that I can use my iPhone camera while here and won’t be charged rooming fees while the phone is in airplane mode (got a camera). If you would like to Skype me my user name is “anita.moore.coleman”. Remember, Korea is 13 hours ahead of east coast U.S.A. Later that evening, Erin met me at the café and we walked to the town’s bowling alley. It’s a small comfortable place with over 12 lanes. When we arrived all of the lanes were occupied, it had to be a league night (several people were wearing bowling league shirts). The woman behind the counter (I presume the owner’s wife) told us it was a 10 minute wait for an open lane. After we took seats in one of the waiting areas, the woman brought us both a small cup of coffee (it was a delicious warm treat on a cold night). While we were bowling a group of five little girls ranging in age from 3 to10 started talking to me, saying “Hello, hi”. They were there with their parents, just playing around while their parents were bowling. The one girl that looked to be around seven years old spoke very good English. She said, “What is your name?”. After I told her my name she said, “Anita, hi.” Erin and I spent several minutes talking with the little girls. Then, we bowled two games, Erin won the first game and I won the second. Finally we walked home and watched two of Erin’s favorite TV shows on her computer (The Daily Show and Colbert Report) before retiring for the night.