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Jul 23, 2014 - Yeosu, South Korea

Peter checked in from Yeosu and things are going well. He and Andy are using a Smart phone application called "What's App" to communicate through pictures and voice messages. It is free and they can use it wherever they have wifi. He sent several pictures of what looks like a delicious meal from a restaurant in Yeosu!

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Jul 23, 2014 - Pimps and Hoes Party

Pete sent several pictures of one of the crazy themed crew events on the ship - this time a "Pimps and Hoes" Party. Andy asked him if he went as a pimp or a hoe and he asked Andy to guess. When Andy guessed "pimp," he responded with a smiley-face icon wearing sunglasses and a big grin, so we assume Andy had guessed correctly!

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Jun 8, 2014 - Yeosu, South Korea

Pete visited Yeosu, South Korea for the 2nd time. He visited a coffee shop with his friends Borys, Roman, and Ihor (pronounced just like in Winnie the Pooh) where they were able to use the wifi. The weather was fine and things are going well. The temperature today in Yeosu is about 72 degrees.

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Jun 3, 2014 - Yeosu, South Korea

Pete checked in from his visit to Yeosu, South Korea. The port was an industrial port, quite a distance away from the city. Pete waited for a shuttle to visit the city where he took advantage of the wifi. This is his first visit to Yeosu, which is along the southern coast of South Korea and consists of the Yeosu peninsula, as well as 317 islands, 268 of which are uninhabited. The weather there today is a little cool but not rainy, which Pete was glad about.

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Sep 15, 2009 - Living on love street

I've been on four buses and in four taxis today, had a great time and been all over the place. I got a taxi to the bus station this morning, getting there early as its the only place I know where I can get a proper coffee before about midday. And then a bus direct to Hwa-eomsa Temple, which was fabulous. There was hardly anyone at this fantastic old temple in the mountains near Kurye, and even nicer was this blissfully peaceful hermitage (Gu-am) further up the mountain behind it. This is definitely the kind of thing I came here for. Two...

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