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who curls their tongue when they speak
and who doesn’t. what thoughts
occupy the insides of our wet
language is keeping you in chains—what brand
of syllables crash relentless into the backs
of pearl teeth. which ocean
rages against emerald rock, foaming
... cool areas. We were planning to go for xiaolongbao (soup dumplings) for dinner, but it was too early and we were not hungry at all. We went back and hung out at our hostel for a couple hours before going to dinner. We went to the Dongmen area for dinner. There are tons of places to eat in this area! Dan ate like it was his last day ever eating!
It was pretty late after dinner and we started to head back ...
... KTV! KTV is a big thing in Taiwan, it's where you hire a room for the night, and it's full of sofas and a big wide screen tv, which is linked up to a karaoke machine! So you go along with all your friends, get drinks brought to your room, then just sing the night away! We had a great time. My song I requested and sang (even though nobody sang by themselves!) was Mambo No. 5! Great fun. Robbie Williams got switched on though because only a few of us Brits knew and could sing a ...
... but very entertaining dance routines. On account of the sickeningly dull crowd to which they were playing, the two of us were invited on stage on two successive occasions. I wish I had some better adjective to account for the fool we made of ourselves, but this would do the job as well: omg lol. We are eternally grateful no one in the audience knew us.
I need to get something off my chest about Sunny Hills, where some of the ...
... so first was a trip to Baskin Robbins down on B1. The kids had cotton candy and chocolate while i had chocolate chip. Totally safe flavors. Though they also had matcha but it didn't taste good enough We then headed to the 5th floor through the mall next to the actual Taipei 101 building.
The kids loved the 45 sec elevator ride up to Taipei 101. They turn off the light and you can see the fake stars in the ceiling. Before you know it you've arrived ...