Holiday Inn East Taipei
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Je prends un petite pause pour vous écrire ce blog durant ma semaine d'examens de mi-session. Mon cerveau ne peut plus rien absorber pour le moment..
Ces trois dernières semaines depuis le 25 octobre, je suis à peine sortie de ma chambre et j'ai affronté courageusement ma pille de montagne de devoirs et d'études. Vendredi le 23 octobre, j'ai un examen qui couvrait le premier chapitre de mon cours de Chinois ...
Ni hao from Taipei,
Sorry for not posting any blog and news those last weeks, I was quite busy. While I'm writing this entry, my 2nd month is already finished. Rest now only 8 months!
Two weeks ago, on October 17, one of my friends invited me to go to Muzha, I didn't plan any outdoor activity during that weekend. Then I accepted and we met at the dormitory entrance. She was with two other German girls. We took the subway to Taipei ...
... move northwards up towards Nanjing. Flights to the south were still flying at the time but they had just cancelled anything after 10.00 am and were closing the whole airport at 3pm. We managed to get China Eastern to rearrange another flight for 17.30 on Tuesday. We then contacted Steve to say we would be delayed and returned to our hotel to batten down the hatches for the night. We were on the 19th floor and had a good view ...
... fancy. I wonder how they could sustain the business since there did not seem to be any customers in any of them .... I certainly cannot afford any of them.
We were not hungry and really did not want to have a big dinner, so we decided to go to the Taiwan restaurant Carol's sister suggested, "Green Leaf", which was nearby. The concierge confirmed that it was a good restaurant, so we walked there. We had to wait about 10 minutes because it was full. We ordered rice noodle ...
... tea with nice glutinous balls in, although I couldn't finish even half of it) and went for a wander. Shilin has a lot of food stalls, both novelty and serious. I had expected it to be full of tat, similar to the markets in Bangkok, but without the tourism it turned out to mainly be actual shops. Mostly clothes, shoes, bags and electrical goods, people were seriously out shopping at midnight, winding through streets flanked by ornate temples where people sat and ate their late ...