When the Lights Go Out

This isn’t an experience of my own but it is still well worth sharing because it is absolutely hilarious. Recently I worked at an English camp for the weekend and my boyfriend went alone to Daegu, the nearest big city to us, to run a 10km race for Breast Cancer Awareness (what a legend). As the race start was an early one he had the good sense to travel down the night before and stay in a motel. Before he left the motel in the morning he asked what time he needed to check out and was reassured that he had the room until noon. That being the case, he headed out to the race venue bright and early and left his bag in the room. After running a super fast race in the rain, what could be more desirable than a nice, long, hot shower? Well, he was out of luck. As soon as he jumped in the shower, well before noon, and reached for the shampoo, the hot water was switched off and the lights went out. It seems that he had most definitely outstayed his welcome! Lesson learned: check out at noon does not necessarily mean check out is at noon.

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About Happily Lost

A travel junkie working as an English teacher in South Korea.
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