Toong Mao Evergreen Hotel Kaohsiung
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... at her hostel. She made me scratch Mauritius off her world map that was on the wall
and took a picture. She then took me to my room and showed me around. I was pretty impressed with the hostel. Kaohsiung seems to have the best hostels. The bed looked really comfortable and the shower room and bathroom were very clean. Shing informed me that I was going to have the room to myself! Sweet! She said that it was low season and it is usually not busy ...
... 3 pm train since I was not meeting Asta until 5 pm. I checked out of the hostel at 10 am telling Annie that I was not coming back this time... I thought I would explore the neighbourhood a little more. I went to the Mega FE21 mall which was right across the street. The stores just opened when I walked in. All the shop attendants were standing in front of their stores and bowing at me as I walked around. I was also very confused. I thought they ...
... gender and I did find any accessible washroom. There were also various areas that were not accessible to users of mobility aids. The roof of the building had a garden terrace, where you can enjoy the city's skyline. For dinner, I headed to the to Liouhe Night Market for the last time for some Beef Noodle Soup and Takoyaki. I've been in Taiwan for more than 2 weeks now and it's the first time i'm having the beef noodle.
... the terrace three times and stop and bow at the 4 pagodas on each corners of the terrace and obviously the giant Buddha.
Before heading to the monastery, I went for lunch at the Camphor Groves Tea House. All the meals were vegetarian inside the complex. Non-vegetarian food was prohibited inside the complex. The meal was quite good and consisted of rice with curry vegetables, soup, sauteed green beans and congee. It was pay by donation so no set ...
... not have a big menu. Pasta or Bagel? I had a bowl of pasta with salmon and bacon in a creamy sauce. It was ok for the price.
I only had one hour before the museum closes so I decided to head to the Industrial history of Taiwan exhibit since it was supposed to be very informative. I was only able to go through a third of the exhibit when they announced the museum was closing. It was interesting to learn how Taiwan evolved after World War II and how ...