Ambassador Hotel Taipei
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... walls arent the thickest or most sound proof that I have ever slept between. Otherwise I am enjoying waking up in my own apartment in Ximending as well as heading home of a night time. Today also marks my seventh working day in Taiwan. My first day last week left me feeling like I was drowning. So many new things to get my head around- new textbooks, online homework systems, online lesson planning systems, ...
7 November 2014
Gigi Tan Min Min
It was really an exciting day today. We took the aeroplane to Taiwan, YAY! I am so excited as my cousins were waiting for me at the airport. When we reached Taiwan, we took a taxi to our hotel which is Sherwood Taipei, the hotel was huge!! :) I am so excited before we get to the first stop in Taipei.
... s dad is 50, he kicked my ass on the ride (which lasted 2.5 hours!). By the time I finally got to the temple at the top, he had already finished worshipping their ancestors and welcomed me with a huge cup of STEAMING HOT water. You heard me!! It's 97 degrees almost every day here and the Taiwanese are still drinking boiling water after exercise... INSANITY!! Despite my desperate pleas for cold (or even room temperature) water, my friend's dad would not give it to me because according ...
... I selected my bike and went exploring.
I got hopelessly lost. I was thrown off by the poster map at an MRT station which was oriented to the direction the reader was facing. (Why do graphic designers do that? There's a bloody good reason why cartographers always plot maps with north facing up.) I didn't mind getting lost, it meant that I got to see more of Taipei.
Cycling in Taipei is amazingly safe. Bikes are allowed on footpaths in Taiwan ...
... is to find out what more we can do , how we can improve service and better meet the customer expectations. It is not all beer and banquets I assure you, well it does seem from this blog it mostly is beer and banquets but anyway moving swiftly on.
Downtown Taipei is typical Asian city low rise apartment's weather beaten from the rain and smog, packed with scoters and every wall has a neon light. I remember when I first came here it reminded me of ...