Friends Hotel-Yo Tong Regency
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... Everyone else’s eyeballs
still rolling around in the sockets
lazy, still contemplating wallpaper. And
The first one in dreams, the first one
intoxicated. All those pixels around you
still pretending to be people. What you
want is to write them all down. Hold
them each still until you paint the ...
... the heat anymore (even with AC breaks in some of the buildings).
Our next stop was to Ximen station. There is a market just outside the station and we walked around. It was still quite hot outside so we went to eat iced desserts. The place was pretty packed, but the dessert was quite nice. It was the perfect afternoon snack for a blistering hot day!
We walked around some more and were shown a ...
... took part in some salsa'ing which was a great laugh - I think Alexandra and I did a pretty good job aswell! On our way back, we decided to get a snack so wandered over to a nearby KFC. As soon as I handed my little slip of paper over saying "I can't eat anything with nuts in, or anything that has been cooked in nut oil" - in Mandarin - we got turned away! No KFC for us! So we settled for old reliable Mr McDonald instead!
Wednesday was our last day, we had been told already ...
... rooms, hence we were given a hotel room with double beds and a hot tub and a small cold tub. Overall it was again satisfactory, but unexpected.
The third place that we visited was Shiling Night Market. It was very satisfactory as my stomach was filled very quickly with native Taiwanese dishes. Though I didn't expect it to be an actual 'market' as I'd thought it'd be a whole street filled with food ...
... that they didn’t want to go up any further and went back down again. This meant that the coach had to wait for them before they could pick us up.
From there, we went on to the Japanese Folk Arts Museum. The original setting was of a teahouse where Emperor Hirohito lavished a banquet for his kamikaze pilots. Included were “happy endings” for the said pilots, doomed to their last flights. No photography was allowed ...