Seoul, baby! (Part 2)

That evening we were given time to work on our lesson demonstration the next day – which of course meant that as soon as classes were done, almost everyone high-tailed it out of there. I had a quick practice session with my group members in the stairwell but left as quickly as I could to meet Sylvia and the others. We were off to Itaewon, also known as (ok, it might be just me) Little America.
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The World Cup That Was

The 2010 Fifa World Cup. Our World Cup. It happened right here, in our stadiums, in our towns, in our country. Can you say “I was there”? I can. Now, looking back, there are lots of things I would have done differently: I would have made plans to get to Durban and Cape Town to their awesome Fan Fests; I would have got out and partied with the tourists more; I would have blogged about it much more, and earlier (ahem). But now that it’s been and gone, there’s nothing else to do but look back, and smile. Here, in no particular order (I lie. It’s chronological), are my top five moments / happenings / memories of the World Cup That Was.

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