Toong Mao Evergreen Hotel Kaohsiung
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... The difference escaped me as they all appeared to be worshiping him to me.
Something beginning with D......Then we moved to the other side of the pond where the temples are Buddhist and Dao. In Dao temples several different gods are worshiped. It seems anything can be a god, including humanised gods. The temple we visited had as its main god a Doctor from centuries ago. The story has it that the doctor saved the life of a ...
... complicated…I just had it as is.
After much consideration…Change of plans. I'm heading back to Kaohsiung and spending the night there! George, my roommate in Tainan, said that I must really like Kaohsiung since I am going back. I do like Kaohsiung a lot. I love the friendly and more relaxed vibe of the city. I also met some great people there, saw some amazing artwork, ran along the well connected Love River and had some good food. ...
... she has been before. As I was getting the chopsticks, she said not to use it. She explained how those chopsticks are recycled. The two lines at the top meant that they have been used twice already and that I would be the last person using it. She also told me about the recent Taiwan food scandal where it was found that a lot of places would be recycling their cooking oil.
After dinner, I ran to the hostel, which was still 20 minutes ...
... Trees and a wide variety of flowers were planted at the entrance and on one side of the library building. The interior was as beautiful as the exterior, however, I was surprised to see that it was not as accessible as I thought it would be. It was a really new building and it seemed to have very limited washrooms based on the potential occupancy of the space. It was a huge building and there was only one washroom with stalls each ...
... I thought. I've been on a few buses in Taiwan now and I know how bus drivers drive here. One of the ladies finally decided to offer me the seat she was saving for her imaginary friend and I was able to enjoy a less bumpy 50 minute ride. When we were approach the stop to the Buddha Memorial Centre, the group leader came to me to inform me that I should stop here and then gave me a blueberry bagel. I thought she was the sweetest. She really took care of me ...