City Suites Taipei Nanxi
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... still get food and go shopping and have a social life in these evenings. Staying up till after midnight, and sleeping in until late morning. My goals for the next couple of weeks is to continue getting a handle on work related matters, keeping up with exercise routine, and meeting and making a few new friends. One of the coworkers kindly asked me how my personal life was going and how I was settling in. He gave me ...
... made it to the Meokong Gondola, a cable car which forms part of the metro system of Taipei and takes you up into the hills of Meokong to provide views over the city. We were a little bit rushed on this tour as we had to be back at our hostel to check out so whilst it was the same price to get a glass bottomed gondola we opted for the shorter queue of the normal cabins. Aside from being red hot in the midday sun, the ...
... Dr. William Stanton, for example, he claimed that Chinese people have absolutely no freedom of speech and no method to criticize their government because of censorship. However, Dr. Stanton--who has lived in China/Taiwan for over 20 years--still speaks worse Chinese than most college students who have studied for only one year. (Can you imagine an expert on the US who can't speak even basic proficient English?? It isn't possible!) Anyway, a so-called "expert" on China, Stanton uses ...
... pig in mud.
I summoned the strength to go on an excursion to Wulai, a hot springs and mountain village about 25 kilometres south of Taipei. I caught the main north-south subway line to the terminus at Xindian after waiting about two minutes then changed to the 849 bus. All exits were clearly signed, and after going through the fare gates there was a map of the station area showing all the bus stops, and which bus routes serviced which stop along with their destinations. And this ...
... whilst not as big as last years it looked good. As with lobster big crab can be a bit tough, sort of Mutton versus Lamb thing. The first course was sashimi, oh no not again, my stomach cried. But this was the right stuff, crimson tuna, salmon a white fish as ever I had never hear of and a small local fish that was a bit like mackerel but no bones. Soya sauce, wasabi and ginger, good to go.
After more toasting and refills the prawn cocktail, yikes I ...