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Travel Blogs from Taipei
We first visited P.S. BUBU, a sophisticatedly designed restaurant which allows people to dine inside some classy car shells. Kelly and I took LOADS of posed photos and polaroids so we probably got a few stares from other tables! In general I was very satisfied with the restaurant, yet the outlook of it was completely different from my forecast as the surroundings outsides the shop did not do the ...
... for a few days: it was here where some friendships thrived, and it was also here where I tried to recollect why some did not.
Basho, whose famed poems I have had to deal with in my Diploma course for English, wrote this about Matsushima, a group of breathtaking islands in Japan:
A-ah, Matsushima, ah!
Take away the overdone hyperbole in the haiku, I feel the same about ...
... 8217;t concerned at all. Now I have a good sense of the Costa Cruise Ship capsizing incident a few years back, and wasn’t surprised about the ship captain abandoned the ship very early on……..Maybe Italian have different sense of urgency and responsibility.
Dinner scheduled at 6pm, though was delayed because of the late start of the emergency drill. A different story by itself. I looked at the meal voucher right before getting in ...
... urn and a decorative drum. If this was typical of what to expect further on, Joyce and I quickly decided to make a run for the exit.
We escaped down some flights of stairs and visited the expansive gift shop. There was a lot to pick from, but we simply weren’t in the mood. We found some seats and waited for our group to return to the lobby.
Back on the bus, the consensus seemed to be that the gift shop was more interesting than the ...
Ok so to start I have to sing and yell the praises of China Airlines, they have fantastic food, excellent service and the first Stewardess we had was just so lovely. She helped me with my Mandarin, gave me extra food and was very easy on the eye!!!
Mum and I managed to get the theNational Museum no hassles and if you are interested in Chinese culture such as jade, calligraphy and furniture this is ...