Howard Plaza Hotel Hsinchu
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... host families house. I cannot express I love them and how much I feel at home. They are so loving. I have two older sisters, a brother the same age as I, a little sister ( a year younger), a grandpa, Ladee (the house keeper (she is the best cook ever mmmm) a dog and of course my two wonderful parents. They bring so much joy and treat me as their own daughter. I am ever so grateful to be part of this family.
School has also started again and this semester we get to ...
... they're lucky, and a couple of benches - thank god we live in Australia - with lots of grass and open space I say! Awesome to look at though and just amazing how they do it. The star ferry ride was great - but the smog has really got to me today - especially travelling on the ferry :( A quiet night in - and early to bed for us - as we know the next few are going to be busy Take care The ...
... and is very logical. I encourage you to go to http://chineasy.org/ and learn more about Chinese language. Since most the world speaks it.
Stroke order. There is a specific way to write each character. You can easily get mixed up however there is a character that contains every stroke which you can study also located on the chineasy website. Sometimes it can be frustrating, but it helps you remember more and it looks so ...
So I arrived in Hong Kong for my whirlwind 3 day visit after a short flight from Seoul. I managed a bit of sleep on the plane so didn't feel too bad when I arrived. After grabbing my bag I took the airport express train to Hong Kong station then a shuttle bus to my hotel which was really handy and free which is always a bonus! My hotel is in an area called Sheung Wan which I heard is an older part of Hong Kong and from first impressions I would probably agree. I like it ...
... from exploring Hong Kong and Singapore to racing down the streets in the trishaw to meeting Steven Tyler. The food was different but outstanding, the people in Singapore were especially nice and the architecture, both in Hong Kong and Singapore, was unique and interesting - I wish more American buildings were as creative.
Well that is about it. I hope you enjoyed our adventure as much as we did!