Taipei Garden Hotel
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... exchanged, the feast over.. But lunar new year just keeps on giving! Back to work next week again, back to reality. Very busy few days ahead actually, finalising paperwork for my ARC, getting haircut, back to gym, plus the usual groceries, laundry and keeping busy seeing friends. Goals for the next two weeks is to learn more mandarin, get to the gym and keep meeting new ...
... but hey, not every day for 5 months can be a dream day, so it is actually quite nice to having nothing to do.
The biggest bonus of the day was actually finding a very nice restaurant that did wonderful salads. Months of fruit or greasy food, so a rare treat to find a real salad bar in Asia.
... recreates the interior layout of one house and shows the industrious nature of the military wives. The village looms in the shadow of Taipei 101 Tower so I head to check it out. Once the tallest building in the world it stands at 509 meters with a couple of observation decks. Too bad it's all socked in with cloud- not worth paying for a foggy view so I keep myself grounded and snap a couple of photos of the lego looking World Trade Centre before calling it a ...
... I should be the first one and there should be less problems. It’s the third degree for him - why is he here, how long for, where is he staying etc. This time, he had to pull out his boarding pass as well. Do they think that he sneaked in via the cargo hold?
Our luggage was one of the last out as I guess they were the first in since we checked in so early. We went out to find out how to get to the hotel. The girl at the information counter ...
... was to go to the National Palace Museum and see two exhibits in particular: Nature & Human In Unison and Uncanny Ingenuity & Celestial Feats. It turned out that the museum was the first stop on the tour. We did see both exhibits. The first one included what may be the most prized carving in the museum--the jade cabbage. It is about six inches long and is carved from a single piece of jade whose color varies from dark green at the ...