Toong Mao Evergreen Hotel Kaohsiung
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is on the Top 5 list of places to visit in Taiwan. I'm sure it would be as
beautiful as Taroko Gorge but Alishan is a little bit too out of the way and I only have a little more than a week left, and so much more to see. I guess one month in Taiwan is not enough! I had the hollow bun I bought yesterday from Anping. On the package it showed to
break the top part of the bun and fill it will something that looked like an egg and then cook it on a ...
... again. She is who she is and does not seem to care that people think she is rude. I guess this is what I admire about her. She has her own conviction.
When we got to the yoga studio, I tried to make a reservation at the hostel I was originally going to book but my internet was not working. My battery was too low to get internet. I had to wait until the end of the yoga class to do it. I was introduced to Dada Kovid, a Swedish guy who studied ...
... 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 ...
... a gift shop in my life...I left the cave and was greeted by even more Buddhas and monks in the garden. I do not think I have seen that many Buddha statues in my whole life until today. It felt like I was in BUDDHA LAND! I was originally thinking of staying in the monastery for one night since they have two places to stay and thought I could learn more about the temple the next day but I am glad I did not book anything in advance. At this point, I have ...
... he took me out to this little restaurant in a residential area that was around a 20 mins drive from his place. He ordered some typical Taiwanese food for me; things that I don't think I would have been able to order since everything was written in Chinese. The meal was really cheap, only $3 for a bowl of noodle soup with pork and some sliced pork, tofu and seaweed. We tried to go for the traditional mango dessert that they served over crushed ice here. I had ...