Taipei Garden Hotel
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... regularly! The boys couldn't get out of there fast enough!! It was actually pretty funny! After going to the temple I stopped at a tea farm and enjoyed a wonderful cup of tea and the company of the owners 14 year old daughter. I think her mother insisted she sit with me to practice speaking English! She was very sweet and gave me some tea flavored jelly to try which she says is her favourite... But not mine! She even ran after me once I left to say ...
... could enjoy the view with me. It was nice to be able to share an experience with someone I love, although it would of been better in person! They have a post office at the top and you could mail a letter or postcard (they sell lots, almost anything here). I decided to buy a couple of postcards and mailed one to my parents and one to each of the boys (they are the only addresses I know)!! If anyone else would like a postcard, just email me or send me a private message ...
I haven't written anything so far this week as it has been a bit of a tough week.. For the first time since I got here I actually miss home.. My friends, family (yes even my crazy kids) and speaking to to people that actually know what you are saying! Don't get me wrong, the people here are friendly for the most part and will help you but it can be hard sometimes to tell them what you want!
... br> Useful websites:
http://www.culture.tw/index.php?option= com_content&task=view&id=1011&a mp;Itemid=157
http://food.ndtv.com/food-drinks/taiwan -home-to-the-best-street-food-markets-i n-the-world-695187
http://www.travelking.com.tw/eng/tourgu ide/nightmarket/top-10-taiwan-night-mar kets.asp
... tasty but you have to be careful not to choke on them when you slurp them up through the oversized straw.
Our first plan was to take a ½ day tour to see some highlights and get a grip on our surroundings. We saw the changing of the guard at the Chang Kai Shek Memorial Hall, the National Shrine, a Taoist temple and a couple of exhibits at the National Museum. Then we were free to figure out the rest on our own. Luckily we were able ...