Inchon, South Korea
Date: Lodging: Distance: Total:
18/05/1999 Hotel Songdo Beach 0 KM 22482 KM

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PAIGE'S FOOD NOTES
 
18 May 1999 - Lunch on the ferry served from noon until 1 p.m. We chose the chicken option when we bought our meal tickets. Lunch worked just like dinner the night before - take a metal tray, plastic plate, spoon, chop sticks and pile on the food. The options were the same as last night's dinner except no green salad - bean sprouts with red pepper, sour green vegetable and pickled cabbage with red peppers and steamed rice. The chicken was boiled and piled high with a red-hot spicy sauce. Once I saw the chicken, I opted for the fried fish, which was cold but edible. I ate mostly rice and bean sprouts. The small restaurant was full so one of the crew opened the attached small karaoke bar where the rest of us ate lunch.

 
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  Arrival to Korea (Jim)
  Wars (Jim)
  Jinchon Ferry (Paige)
  Jinchon Ferry to Inchon (Jim)