- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... had eaten a human (!) but had managed to get a bone stuck in his neck in the process. The doctor offered to remove the bone, allowing the tiger to live, if the tiger promised never to eat another human! And of course the tiger was saved, he ate no more human and the doctor became a deity into the bargain!
Lots of colourful pagodas everywhere, some parts of this park are more like Disneyland. Loved the dragon entrance and the tiger ...
... I could not stop coughing. The pepper was really intense. There was a thick layer of pepper and chili powder on the fish balls which were already spicy from being soaked in the chili broth for hours, days who knows… I wiped off the powder from the remaining fish balls before eating them and found some milk tea. Went back to the hostel after for a good night sleep.
Tomorrow, I will be finally in Chiayi and almost nearing the end of this one month ...
... on the train, on other people's seat pretty much.
I got to Tainan a little after 3.30 pm and grabbed a rolled pancake with ham and egg from one of the street vendors across the street from the station. I decided to just find a place to sit and wait for Asta as I did not want to venture too far from the station with my backpack that expanded because I went shopping in Kaohsiung.
Asta was waiting for me at the back entrance of the ...
... Trees and a wide variety of flowers were planted at the entrance and on one side of the library building. The interior was as beautiful as the exterior, however, I was surprised to see that it was not as accessible as I thought it would be. It was a really new building and it seemed to have very limited washrooms based on the potential occupancy of the space. It was a huge building and there was only one washroom with stalls each ...
... and the reconstruction plans after disaster. The different communities that were displaced and could not go back to their previous villages / towns were forced to rebuild and the government and reconstruction agencies made sure that the new site was ecological sustainable and safe to prevent such disaster from happening again.
I had a pretty late lunch that day since Che asked me to go for a run with him later. The only option was the museum cafe, ...