Jia-Jia-At West Market Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... menus which are all delicious! Above the cafe is a church aswell, which does all English services every Saturday evening, so I'll probably try that out soon! After brunch they quickly showed us some nearby souvenir shops and a quick run through of an old market street, but I wasn't feeling brilliant so we didn't do much sight seeing! Then, very useful for us, they showed us the quickest way home (turns out we may have taken a wrong turn at one point!) besides this ongoing health ...
Friday, Friday, THANK GOD it's Friday! First week neared it's conclusion and we were already exhausted! I had Jump to start off with again on Friday. Allen's progressed to naming himself "Teacher JR" all the time, but calling me the old Teachers name. "I'm Teacher JR, you Teacher ______"! which still makes all the CT's laugh! Xinxi the little cutie with the amazing smile, continued to make everyone coo over her, but refused to get involved in class! Choosing to ...
... is one of the biggest commercial harbours in Taiwan, but it is still nice to see the deep blue ocean of the south of Taiwan.
Like I said, I was only in Kaohsiung for one day and the only real activity I did was going to the Old British Consulate. The building is really cool as it is one of the oldest western structures in Taiwan and looks typically British with its red brick walls. The view from the consulate is very beautiful as it is perched on top of a huge hill and ...
Saturday started off nice and slowly. After our first exposure to true teacher life at our relevant branches the last few days, we felt we had earned a good rest! But also keen to explore our new home, and I was also personally very happy to be feeling much better and able to get out and about, we made plans to visit the Confucius temple.
The Confucius temple in Tainan is the oldest Confucius temple in Taiwan. Students at Chong Xue were always very surprised when they heard that ...
... that stands is the Fort's core that has a lookout tower giving amazing views of Anping and Tainan. The fort is a great place to visit whilst in Tainan. Plus , a really cool market surrounds the fort. The stalls are placed really closely together which make it feel like you are walking through some type of North African bazaar and the market sells some really interesting items and food.