This was a more expensive hostel stay for us in Europe, twice as much as we paid for the Paris hostel stay in AIJ; but, with a better quality. The beds were comfy and three of us occupied the whole room. Balmer’s was like a summer camp. There were a lot of Koreans staying in the hostel too. A friendly Korean lady knocked at our door and passed me a plate of dried Korean food. She spoke Korean to me, and I guessed she thought we were Koreans too. My friend missed rice so much that he mixed around with them and was really given rice treat!
We rested for the day at Balmer’s.