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... 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.
... it was a little much. After spending a few minutes there, I went down to the other areas of the monastery and bumped into two African monks. I went to the main temple but could not get in because they were doing prayers so I decided to take a look at the Pure Land Cave which was recommended by Lonely Planet and described as a Disneyland-like cave with animated figures and light shows. I do not think Disney-like is an accurate description of that cave. ...
... Science and Technology Museum. I checked out of the hostel but left my bag there so I would not have to carry it with me around the museum.
The museum was not far from Kaoshiung Main station but I opted to take the bus instead of walking since there was supposed to be rain the forecast. The exhibits ranged from the industrial history of Taiwan to healthy living and air navigation and aerospace. There was also a Disease Prevention Combat Camp, ...
... I thought it was going to be packed since it was Saturday. The market had more seafood than the ones in Taipei...makes sense considering Kaohsiung is close to the ocean. All the food looked really delicious. I kind of wished I did not eat at the food court...Oh well, I still have a few more days to try the food there. Who knows I might decide to stay a little longer in Kaohsiung. So far, I'm liking it a lot more than Taipei.