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Oct 12, 2014 - Jeonju

Today was a very laid back day. Did not get up til past 8. In the common room we met Antony & Gabe from Germany (Berlin). Had a good discussion about the state of the world and in the end agreed that the US is fast becomibg if not already a Facist country no different than Russia in that it is being controlled if not run directly by oligarchs in the big corporations. He referred back to Nazi Germany when the media, military, and political machine had the same ness message 'We're number one in all things. The rest of the world should be like...

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Oct 11, 2014 - Busan to Jeonju via Daegu - Plus photos of countryside

Up by 6:30 to fix/eat breakfast. Then off to bus station where we will see by bus schedule which place among 2 we go next...Bon has it all worked out. At Busan bus station all the buses to Jeanju were full until 3:30 so we got tickets to the alternative, Daegu, a 1 1/2 hr. trip. Neither B nor M got much sleep in their dorm last night due to a loud snoring noise that refused to quit. So when we got to the 2.5 million Daegu city even Mari, who hates travel by bus and even more successive buses, agreed to go onward to the original destination,...

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Aug 24, 2011 - Blast-off: Orientation Jeonju

Hello all, I'm currently sitting in my dorm room at the Jeonju University, which is conveniently located on the 5th floor (of 17). I am fairly wrecked after our orientation field trip today but, I have seen a lot of deadly things that I'd like to write about here. Even though I've only been here in Korea (formerly spelled "Corea", but changed by the Japanese when they were wreckin' the place years ago) for a few days, the intense orientation and the crazy-long traveling hours it took to get here have me feeling like I've been here for ages,...

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Sep 13, 2009 - Gonwhere?

One of the hardest parts of travelling is the actual travelling itself, though also where a lot of the fun and adventure and meeting locals is. Today though was hard, one of those days where I wished I was on a package tour (almost). It took me a fair while to find which bus station and then which bay were the buses for Jeonju, and there were several places that sounded the same or may even have been alternative spellings for all I know, or perhaps just in a different font in Korean. So I lugged my heavy luggage back and forth all over this...

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