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Nov 1, 2009 - Misty Mountain Hop

It started raining towards the end of my day out yesterday, and hasn't stopped since! I have dried out quite a lot from today's tromping in the rain, but as I write this before I go home, I still have soaking wet feet and feel cold for almost the first time on this trip. I had a fantastic day though in the Seoraksan National Park, about an hour north of here. If it wasn't due to carry on raining, than I would blow out the rest of my plans for this week and just stay hiking in Seoraksan, it is that attractive. It has the shreds of mist...

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Aug 7, 2004 - Carrying an ugly dragon lamp across Seoul, switching bus stations - seven subway stops apart.

"As human a little story as paper could well carry" -James Joyce Seoul is a crowded city, people everywhere, people going in your direction, others against you and others following no apparent logic seem to be heading towards the wall (secret portal?). A sea of people with its ebbs and flows. All somehow controlled by the full moon peeking out as the sun completes its fall from our horizon. I had to explain 'tacky' to Sandra who was travelling with me as I curse my large and cumbursome purchase which was the whim of a spontanious inquiry...

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