Ambassador Hotel Kaohsiung
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... picked up a spring roll filled with tofu, pork, sweet peanut and pickled vegetables. I also found a movie theater that had painted movie posters. I have read previously at the National Museum of Taiwan History that some movie theaters used to commission artists to paint movie posters and they would use the paintings instead of the actual poster. It was also mentioned that not a lot of theatres were still doing it but I have found one that did.
... things to her. I had messaged her earlier on whatsapp to tell her that I had enjoyed the piece she wrote on Medium but she never replied so I complimented her again on it in person. She immediately stopped me and said "You do not have to say it again. I saw your message." in a rude-ish manner. How do you respond to that? She also had a question about my background but then when I started to go into details she said she did not need to hear about it! ...
... for a bit and went to see The Hunger Gamed: Mockingjay Part 1 at midnight. There were only 5 people in the theatre. The midnight screening was not the last screening of the day. There was another one at starting at 12.35am. When I was checking the movie schedule, i also noticed that they had a lot of screenings daily. How is this feasible for the movie theatre?
One more sleep and I leave Kaohsiung for Tainan city ...
... not have a big menu. Pasta or Bagel? I had a bowl of pasta with salmon and bacon in a creamy sauce. It was ok for the price.
I only had one hour before the museum closes so I decided to head to the Industrial history of Taiwan exhibit since it was supposed to be very informative. I was only able to go through a third of the exhibit when they announced the museum was closing. It was interesting to learn how Taiwan evolved after World War II and how ...
Our arrival in Kaohsiung should have probably been an indication of what we had to come, we bumbled out of the train station, headed to the taxi queue walked to the next empty taxi in line only to have the driver wave us off and point down the road. It seemed that this driver didn't even care where we were going or whether we had the address ready and waiting written in Chinese, he didn’t want to take the foreigners anywhere. After lots of talking and ...