Fullon Hotel Linkou
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... is really nice and I am glad that I got lucky with a down to earth roommate!
As we were watching the movie, the sky got pretty freaky.. Crazy colours i took some pictures because I had never seen anything like this before! Well off tro work on this early Saturday morning.. Long day, up a 7am and don't finish work till ...
... a cold beer would have been perfect, which we of course forgot to bring.
Heading down to the south of Taiwan by high speed railway (c.275km/h) really showed me the diversity of this relatively small country. Although there are a few cities in the south this region is mostly about fantastic tropical nature. Beaches, mountains and rain forests are everywhere and exploring them is great fun. I actually had my first ever (and unsuccessful) ...
... Quick stop in the services (advertised by a petrol pump and chopsticks and a bowl rather than a knife and fork - hehe!) and a slight detour when the satnav went awol, but arrived in Taoyuan at 1900 to drop off the hire car. Some seriously sterling driving from A - the Taiwanese drive like nutters on the highway. A was exhausted but we handed over keys at the high speed rail terminal and took a taxi to the hotel I'd booked nearby to ...
... cause a bit of a rucuss).
ANYWAY, since it's already 12.44 am here (way past my bedtime) I thought it would be nice for a change to post more pictures and keep the actual blog short and pretty :) Hopefully there will be time later to elaborate on the things that happened yesterday and today.
Weather: Constant and endless rain
... soiled due to his fear.
Anyway...I nixed his name from the permit and tried to find someone else to take the spot...but not many people could take the Monday off from work. So...at this point I was just like...screw it...I'll do this on my own. I've traveled alone to many places and have always met one person or another along the way and managed just fine. I was completely undaunted by the task of climbing Jade Mountain on my own. I did Mount Fuji back ...