Saturday, August 25, 2007

Breakfast Adjustment

Generally, the food in both Changwon and Cheonan (so far) has been impressive. One thing that stands out as being very different are the breakfasts. Every day there has been the usual fruit, cereal, maybe some pancakes, etc... But there is also a wide selection of vegetables, including broccoli, cauliflower and carrots. Here in Cheonan we have also had sausages that look like the mini-hot dogs that are used for appetizers in the States. None of this has stopped the team from eating... in fact the little sausages were quite good. It's just a mental adjustment.

And we should mention that the staff solved the problem of weak coffee by quickly locating the nearest Dunkin Donuts, just a few blocks away from the hotel. There was a noticeable change in the staff's energy after drinking the "real" coffee.

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