Hansome Business Hotel Taipei
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... advice 'Don't be afraid to socialise with other foreigners' He almost read my mind. 'A lot of people come here and want to have the local experience, realistic experience pand isolate themselves from other foreigners, and that can often be a mistake.' I will see how I go, I DO have a number of Taiwanese friends but it would indeed be nice to form bonds with some other friendly foreigners if the situations ...
... can get very aggressive in trying to get food off people. I have witnessed this in China and with the onslaught of Chinese tourists on Taiwan I am worried they are bringing their bad habit of feeding and photographing monkeys over to Taiwan. I encountered one person on the Wenshan trail and we chatted for a bit about the flora and fauna of the area and then headed in our respective directions. After I finished my hike, I stopped by at the ...
... Mo's Burger". Luckily for us they even had an English menu! The foods very similar to what you'd usually expect from a fast food joint, and they cater to all tastes (beefburgers, chicken burgers, nuggets etc), but the simple main difference was, it was a LOT better than other fast food places! Reasonable prices and much better quality of food gave it a thumbs up from me!
That concludes another day in Taipei. Tomorrow training starts so I won't be posting as often. Wish me lucK! ...
... clinics and residential apartments all arranged around a roofless central atrium with a rainforest garden down the bottom. After not being able to figure out how to use the cocoon-slash-top sheet I drifted off into a well deserved sleep.
Thursday morning saw my nosedive through the looking glass at terminal velocity continue apace. The hostel staff are friendly, as are the other guests, most of whom are Mainland Chinese with very poor English. But not to fear - there ...
In my brief trip to Japan, I was lucky enough to spend two nights in Taiwan. While I completely slept the first night, it was the second night where things went eventful enough to call it an immersion.Hitching a ride into the city from the airport (from one of the locals and a crew member), I quickly noticed how organized and neat the highway into the city was. Lots of lit windows in medium sized scrapers highlighted some of my path into the city as the night passed me by.Once ...