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We left New Orleans (after finding out our flight was canceled months ago). We had to fly to Atlanta so that we could get to Los Angela's on time. The Atlanta flight had crazy seat switchers and it was a bit of a circus. The flight from LA to Taipei, Taiwan was a long one and very warm. We are in Taipei waiting for our last flight of the day to Hanoi Vietnam. The airports here are very nice and mostly empty. We are all a little tired and ready to get our adventure ...
Going out with the students to SIMBA
Sandra almost having a heart attack because we were at the great wall
Singing karaoke with the CMU students
Sandra joking around about asking the governor to dance
Sandra making friends and talking to just about anyone
CY talking in Chinese to us because he was so tired
Riding in a crazy taxi with Jessica and Amanda
... room to see the night view. The building is supposed to be shaped like a bamboo stalk, with its ridges, and they told us it was mostly just a mall, but I am sure there are also offices too. It was great and they gave you a telephone device that told you what you were looking at from each window view. The building also had what they called a damper, a huge ball that kept the building steady if there were lets say ...
I happily and excitedly left Taiwan after much anticipation. Spending the night at the airport to catch my early flight to Sumatra (via Kuala Lumpur) was pretty uneventful. I didn't really sleep much but at least I wasn't the only one crashing at the airport lounge. And, at least there was wifi. I flew to Medan (Sumatra) with a layover at KLIA, Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Of course the flight was delayed an hour but I still made it to Medan by ...
... information, gift shops, and a food court. There was even a fancy light-show on the floor as we exited. We discovered that there is a restaurant on the 90th floor, but were unable to access it on this particular day. Oh, well. We will put that on the list for the next time we are in Taipei.
Our 'list of things to do in Taipei' also included a trip to the National Museum and a restaurant to eat ...