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Travel Blogs from Pingtung
... br> steel your sweetness.
Take pride that even though
the rest of the world
you still believe it to be a
I feel lucky each day to have this opportunity...to travel, to experience the world in a whole different light, to learn to appreciate the comforts of what ever YOU may consider "home," to challenge myself each day, and to learn and grow in each step I take throughout this journey.
... the beluga whale, the puffins, and the whale shark. All of these I've only seen a few times even though I've been to a lot of zoos. I tried to convince Michael I needed a puffin but no luck, guess ill stick to cats! We spent a good part of the day at the museum and escaping the rain. Once we had thoroughly seen everything we caught the bus back. My stomach was a bit weak (I think from all the jellies in various things) so we went back and just read our books for a ...
... the staircases were covered with interesting artwork
... Garden of Eden and each of the dorm rooms were assigned names of Bible figures. My group stayed in Esther's dorm. He was a bit over friendly and took a lot of pictures with us but he was funny too. He took us to the night market. It was really small but I found a beautiful jade bracelet. Saturday morning we headed out to the bus station to finish our trip to Kenting. 2 and half hours later we get dropped off at the resort. A golf ...
... variety of pools where some are really hot, one is near freezing,
others are different colors that help with skin, energy and soreness. And of course they have steam rooms and
saunas. The pool is mostly full of the
elderly Taiwanese that go there regularly.
I could have stayed there all day!
From there we went to yoga class and then a seafood restaurant for dinner
(I am slowly coming around to the ...