Holiday Inn East Taipei
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Well.. The typhoon just turned out to be some rain and wind.. I guess the locals know best.. No big deal! I had the day off work for a typhoon day.. Kinda like a snow day but rain instead of snow! I spent the day hanging out with my roommate.. We went to the grocery store then did some facial masks and watched a movie after ...
... north-east coast and a town called Yilan where we explored a museum of Taiwanese culture and history which gave some great insights into the past of the country's arts and crafts and their involvement with religion. In the evening I then had the pleasure of having dinner with David and one of his room mates Edward. We went to a very local restaurant where we ordered ten different kinds of stir-fry dishes, drank beer and downed a few glasses of ...
Days have blended to weeks and weeks have blended to months. It's becoming all a blur, work, eat, sleep, party, explore, rinse and repeat! Work has continued to be a the thing dragging down my experience- but it is a necessary evil, I expected it to be this way and this is a TRAVEL blog not a work blog! Lots of day trips and overnight trips hovering around in my mind, just needing to find the times to action them. I think I have reached the ...
... was a trip to the Galápagos Islands! The cost of travel there was an issue holding me back, as was the time needed to go. Also, I wanted to pick the best time possible to visit the Islands. After a lot of research, I decided I wanted to go around April, because it was the mating season and I wanted to see the animals in their natural habitat during this time. I expected to see hundreds or more of the wildlife milling around, unafraid of humans!
I wanted an ...
... tired of standing around the waitress came up to us and offered for us to share a big table with another group of people. We were game as it meant we could get in quicker and maybe make some friends at the same time. The second part didn't happen as we were seated with some very serious/scary looking couples who only had eyes for the dumplings and their iPhones. However, we got the prime table right at the front of the restaurant with a view of the city out the window. As we ...