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... the intersection and look to your right, there should be a big black sign with CT Hostel and the picture of a cat on it. Pass a group of mechanic workshops and then take the right down a small road that snakes behind the workshop, that's where the hostel is!
The other problem I had in Caotun was that none of the bus timetables were written in English so I pretty much had to guess which bus could take me to Sun Moon Lake. Luckily ...
... which serve amazing Taiwanese food, so the mix of new and old makes Taichung a really interesting city to wonder around!
The first day I was in the city I visited the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. Now, I'm not really an art person but I saw some of the sculptures in the gardens around the museum and they looked awesome! So I decided to give it a go. Currently the museum has the National Art Exhibition running until the 24th August 2014. The exhibition is ...
... 11:00am: meditate in the hall, or at your own place according to teachers directions (only the first day we were allowed to go back, the rest of the days was in the meditation hall)
Noon: interview with teacher (you could ask questions to the main teacher) or rest
1:00pm-2:30pm: meditate in the hall or at your own place (I stayed in my room)
2:30pm-3:30pm: group meditation in the hall
... the students took us to a club called SIMBA and we all had a blast! There was a band who sang mostly American songs, and they were really good. I was so happy to have met the students and hang out with them for a week, they were just like us and unbelievably nice, we were all sad to leave them because the next day we had to leave for Taipei, the capitol city of Taiwan. Some of them will be coming to South Dakota State this summer so I can't wait to see them then!
... us to the Night Market. These markets are all over Taichung, but we went to the biggest one, and it is literally every night. The market was like a huge flea market and state fair combined. There was so many stands of food, with everything from fried squid to stinky tofu. There was also a bunch of indoor stores and vendors who were also outside on the street. For food I tried squishy sweet-potato fries, a whole huge shrimp that I had to crack to eat, egg cake, ...