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.
... s place, you have to send a formal request (e.g., Click on the "STAY WITH ME" button). I have only messaged her so it was not a formal request. I did not do that with Che in Kaohsiung. He was more lax with the rules. I think to many Asta would not be described as the most pleasant person in the world. I knew that before even meeting her but I wanted to keep and open mind. Do not get me wrong I had a great time with her and would probably hang out ...
... around the same price. I knew D'Well was also located at a very convenient location close to the metro station so I decided to just go back there. The owners were happy to see me again.
I was not really hungry so I went to the new public library that Che and his friends recommended to see. It looks like a really nice library, with different coloured lights and trees on the balcony of each floor. The exterior landscaping ...
... worried that he run really fast and far and that I would be left behind. He was very understanding and worked with me. Turned out I was in better running shape that I thought and kept up with him. We ran along the Love River which was really nice and way more crowded that when I walked around there on Sunday during the day. They have some really beautifully lit bridges and the paths were well connected.
After the run, we went back home to take a ...
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 ...