After passing through Customs, we’re officially a tourist in Korea.
First thing first. Communication and Information. Collect all maps and flyers that’s available.
As for communication, we rent 3 unit of phone. It’s way much cheaper than subscribing to Roaming. I’ve yet to compare whether renting a phone or just internet is better. Some phone that’s support Skype would be very useful with the internet option.
Anyway, as for our case, the phone is for use to keep in touch with each other, just in case we got separate for any reason.
So we took a bus to our hotel from the Airport. For W 15,000, we get a view of part of korea. The journey took about 1 hour. One thing caught us of guard is the Bus route and the cold weather. Imagine, not in proper wear, at -ve temperature. haha.
As mentioned earlier today. Arrived in South Korea earlier today. Touch down at around 7am local time.
1st impression — damn cold.
When taxing into the Terminal, we can see the snow on the ground. But because of the controlled temperature inside the cabin, we can’t feel it… yet. As soon as we go out the plane. We’re greeted with a bone chilling breeze. Not properly dressed for the weather, we just go on as we are. Luckily it was just for a short while. As we went deeper into the terminal, it gets warmer.
it’s been few years since i stop exercising. tried to restart a few times but failed.
i used to be very active during my school days. but working has taken a lot of my time. tried enroll into fitness centers. it was fun at first, but again, work consume my time. during my employment days, i hardly see the sun. maybe during lunch or on the way to a meeting. and i work for 6 or 7 days a week.
well, now that I’ve eliminated that excuse, I’ve started to jog again.
I’ve bought a new pair of running shoe. No more excuses.
I’m now a month into my routine. Though it’s only on Saturday and Sunday, but it’s a start. Soon, I’ll be running again.