Full House Resort Hotel
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... peanut-banana taste. Or sometimes, I crushed the banana and added some sugar to it! The people sitting next to me must of thought "what weird things they do these western people!!!" haha! But seriously, rice and veggies every morning....became dull quite fast.
It was a wonderful experience with ups and downs but I do recommend it.
My next destination is ..... well this time I wont tell you, you will have to wait for the next entry :)
... floor where we talked to the doctors who practiced that, and finally the pharmacy, where they mixed the herbs and medicine that were given to patients to make into medicinal soups. We saw a lot of the Chinese herbs in powder and whole form. A women was even putting together a prescription for a patient who had just had a stroke, there was a least 7 different types of herbs. The powder form is in bottles and all computerized and that is covered under ...
... dollars. The students loved it and said they go to movies a lot. I think all the American movies are in English with Chinese subtitles. Then we te a restaurant at the mall call Hot Pot. You chose a soup, which was actually the cooking medium, and then went up to a huge buffet to pick food to cook in the broth. I had veggies, lamb, bamboo, and a delicious green tea latte. It was weird to pay to make your own food, but was very good, the only thing I did not like was ...
... packaged foods - one of them being bamboo-covered peanuts! To end the evening, us girls did some yoga.
Taichung Day 2
Day 2 started the exchange-student itinerary at China Medical University. They showed us around the Nutrition Department. Their dietetics program was very comparable with the program from South Dakota State University. But they have a lot more research, we even saw their lab testing mice. Then we went to the China ...
... temples, stores and tasted some interesting good food. We ended with a family dinner at the restaurant.
This week, we will visit Taipei and another classmate of ours.
To make it public: I will be participating in a "Silent meditation retreat" for 10 days here in Taiwan. I am really looking forward to this experience, no technology, nothing, just meditation and yoga. :)
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