Dolamanco

Address: No.73 Section 3, Sinyi Road, Daan District, Taipei, Taiwan | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on No.73 Section 3, Sinyi Road, Daan District, Taipei, is near Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, Wulai Falls, Guanghua Market, and Lin An Tai Historical Home.
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      Settling into everyday life

      A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Jan 29, 2015

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      I passed the five week mark yesterday, today marks my 37th day in Taiwan. Writing the date up on the board for my class this evening and talking about how it will be February in a couple of days. Wait a moment- where did January go!? What have I been doing for this past month? I have officially moved to the new apartment, and am enjoying the location and facilities. It is a little noisy, from the neighbours playing music ...

      Day 23

      A travel blog entry by alan.cooper on Jan 15, 2015

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      Just over three weeks in Taiwan and the days have blended into weeks and things seem to be going faster. I think that feeling will only increase once I start working next week! Old habits die easier than we think. I no longer expect to ride down the road to Coles, have my breakfast shakes or wonder what I should cook for dinner this night. Instead I turn to the western style Carrefour for groceries, there is every ...

      Your Daily Dose of East Asian Politics

      A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Jul 26, 2014

      ... Government online censorship has been essentially ineffective. Besides this, there are plenty of apathetic citizens in China who don't care about politics, and many more who actually support their government (gasp!).

      I don't want to keep reiterating the same point, but I felt frustrated enough to want to write something down today. I'm tired of real Chinese people's lived experiences being drowned out by anti-China sentiments, especially when they come from the ...

      Regional Reverie Gets Wet

      A travel blog entry by regionalreverie on Mar 14, 2014

      ... as any country you may care to mention. Electricity is reliable across the continent. So what's our excuse for having slow, infrequent, expensive and poorly integrated public transport with opaque information and outright sociopathic attitudes from customer service personnel? There is no alibi, and seeing how well the rest of the world does public transport, even Kuala Lumpur, compared to Sydney or Brisbane fills me with steaming rage. Our politicians should hang their heads in ...

      Food glorious food

      A travel blog entry by andyeaton on Nov 20, 2013

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      ... pink with fins sticking in all directions. The waitress kindly filleted a piece for me that had no bones, no mean feat I can assure you, a light oil dip on the side whoosh all gone. Completion of the task by my colleagues took some time as the fish is extremely bony. The first of the crab then arrived with the claws which had been baked set out in broken shells to be poked and scraped by all, another light dipping sauce some mushrooms on the side excellent. ...