Fortune Hiya Hotel
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... bar pulled straight from an english pub chain, including croutons and caesar dressing. There is a full bread section, but it is all very sweet and caky.
On Monday 6th, we set off early to get to our first location, the Jinguashi Gold Mine. On the way through early morning Taipei, we saw the first thing we understood and recognised; on a corner near the bus station was a JW.org literature stand and a smiling sister! We had to stop and say ...
... is quite difficult to see what the museum contains. Photos are not allowed but if I had taken them they would only show a sea of the heads of a mass of short people of Chinese ethnicity. Also the photo would not show that these people are mostly aggressive—using elbows, hips and backpacks in order to clear a path for themselves. This would be frowned on in Japan but here it seems to be the style.
We elbow our way to the ...
... of... Well, that's why I took pictures. After a late night, I wanted to take full advantage of my morning, so I wandered in the direction of Elephant Mountain to hike by myself... With thousands of my closest Taiwanese friends. Seriously, Sunday morning must be the day to go hiking with family members. On the walk to the base of the mountain, I passed many basketball games, couples salsa dancing to traditional Chinese music, and hiking groups dressed to ...
... we set off with our "Go" cards and boarded the MRT. The Gondola was the last stop on the "brown" line, right nextdoor to Taipei zoo. The evening before we had raided that amazing bakery, which meant we had some lovely croissants for the morning that we chewed on whilst travelling.
Our "Go" cards once again proved their worth once we got their, as we didn't have to queue to buy tickets, the Gondola worked on the exact same system as the MRT. Seriously, anyone ...
... similar to what they put into the Taiwanese pearl tea drinks you find at home) into it as well as some ice to cool it off. It wasn’t too bad but not what I was used to. Normally, we just have the red bean soup and nothing else with it. More wandering around and Owen had stopped by this small shop selling what looked to be fat white sticks. Those things turned out to be mushrooms. Takako called it oyster mushrooms but they didn’t look ...