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July 22nd, 2006 | categorizilation: all categories,Korea

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Distance / 走行距離:7.75km
Time on bike / 走行時間:35分58秒
Average speed / 平均速度:13.0km/h
Total distance / 現在までの積算距離:7.75km

Summary: Tired, staying at small backpackers (see link below) in Pusan.

  • 日本を離れることについて
  • 旅をはじめることについて

Dinner with Christine, a French traveller staying at the same dinky hostel as me / 僕と同じホステルで泊まっていた、クリステーんさんというフランス人の女性。

とはいえ、その緊張感や不安にもかかわらず、一日目はうまく行きました。プサンのフェリー乗り場で日本語をしゃべってくれる案内所があって、そこで泊まるところを聞いたところ、現在は「Blue Backpackers Hostel」というユースホステルにいます。マンションの18階のアパートがホステルに改造されていて、とても狭いところですけど、2泊泊まることにしました。


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Comment by Andrew — July 26, 2006 @ 1:23 am | post a comment

It appears I woke up this morning, and couldn't read english anymore!!!

Comment by Daniel — July 26, 2006 @ 4:55 am | post a comment

Maybe it would be wise not to show this Japan flag when cycling through China?

Good luck and enough energy in your feet for the coming stages.

Comment by Mum — July 28, 2006 @ 12:32 am | post a comment

Sounds like you will enjoy the wide open spaces of Central Asia!

Can you use your laptop while travelling? I was thinking that if you still had the Nelson Bible study programme on it you could hace a read of the bible thru that each day. i guess I'm trying to encourage you to make sure you keep up your relationship with God! You may get a message from Wnedy some time – wife of our Senior Pastor

Comment by Rob Thomson — July 28, 2006 @ 4:33 am | post a comment

Daniel, you may be right about not showing the Japanese flag in China. However, a Japanese cyclist whose blog I am following cycled through most of China recently with both the Japanese flag and Chinese flag flying beside each other at the back of his bike. He found that he came up against very little opposition. His conclusion was that the media over-stresses the anger towards Japan by the Chinese people.

Comment by Rob Thomson — July 28, 2006 @ 4:35 am | post a comment

Mum, I downloaded an electronic bible for my PDA before I left. Here is the link: http://www.e-sword.net/pocketpc/index.html. It is amazing how there can be so many translations of the bible free to download.

Comment by bert hayes — February 16, 2008 @ 9:20 pm | post a comment

Gulf Shores and Blonde John are still with you, lad. …in Texas yet.

Comment by eric — April 4, 2008 @ 8:23 am | post a comment

keep going im a skateboarder too

Comment by eric — April 4, 2008 @ 5:23 pm | post a comment

keep going im a skateboarder too

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