Holiday Inn Express Taichung Park
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Today on Day 3 of Taiwan Experience Week, we went to an Aboriginal Park. During the process, we learned how the natives of Taiwan lived before the Chinese took over Taiwan. But, most of the students only wanted to go on the rides. The ride Space Mountain is different from other rides. It was meant to be ridden in the dark, so when we thought we were going up, we were actually going down. Apart from the entertainment, ...
We woke up and went straight to breakfast. We then caught a bus to a Taiwanese school and played Pictionary with some of the students to enhance their English vocabulary. Some classes taught the students "Happy Birthday" in Portugese. Next we headed for a delicious ice-cream store that had lots of different flavours. We were then supposed to go to ...
... drive to a Japanese BBQ restaurant, where we ate all the meat we desired! All tired out, we drove over to the five- star Evergreen Laurel Hotel, where we would be staying at for two nights. We heard about an earthquake, 6.0 on the Richter scale, but we didn't feel a ...
... in Taichung included a Skype call home, a complimentary glass of wine, and a visit to the local night market. Jeff, Daryl, Jenny and I sampled some stinky tofu (a Taiwanese delicacy), and it tasted like... An experience. And feet. Smelly feet. The day in Kaohsiung was quick, and involved trying a Taiwanese snack (delicious) and being holed up in a hotel while the city shut down due to a ...
Finally arrived in Taipei, Taoyuan International Airport after a long journey of 12 hours over two flights. From the Airport I caught a U Bus to Taichung, Chaoma Station which cost me about 230 yuan (About $10 Australian dollars), not bad considering it was a two hour ...