Calla Young Garden Resort
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... to the temple and they gave me a bowl to have noodles soup with delicious meatballs and also a cup for tea! It was delicious and they insisted that I have more, that is so little.. Have another bowl! After lunch they rest, talk and have coffee. Once they were done, they were going back down the mountain. I told them I wanted to see the other temple on the mountain so they went out of their way to drive up the mountain to drop me off at the temple before ...
... could enjoy the view with me. It was nice to be able to share an experience with someone I love, although it would of been better in person! They have a post office at the top and you could mail a letter or postcard (they sell lots, almost anything here). I decided to buy a couple of postcards and mailed one to my parents and one to each of the boys (they are the only addresses I know)!! If anyone else would like a postcard, just email me or send me a private message ...
... friends who were also from the Philippines and they made me feel very welcome. I also met a really nice girl that is Taiwanese but was born in Brazil! She was extremely welcoming and when she found out it was my first time to KTV, she said follow me! She brought me to our private room (for 20 people) and told me to sit with her. After we all got organised, she brought me to the buffet and told me what everything was! She was really ...
... have. Oops. One difficulty about travelling around Taiwan is that because it isn't a big tourist destination there is little signage to help people to find places. Plus if there is it will all be written in Taiwanese, understandably but it's usual because as English speakers we take for granted nearly always having information translated. However, this problem is easily solved by having possibly the most friendly population in the entire world. So there we were wandering ...
From my previous experiences, I knew that Taiwan is hot. And by hot, I
mean 95ish and very humid so that when you even THINK about moving, you are
already sweating. However, I somehow hoped that my memory wasn't serving
me very well since things tend to be a bit more dramatic when you are
younger. I can now safely say that Taiwan feels like Hell or what you'd
imagine it to be.
I was exploring the streets of Taipei this morning at around 10AM and I was