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... Market. We bought our own dinner there and played arcade games. Lots of students won stuffed animals and will bring them home! We are now at the Fullon Hotel where we'll be for two nights; the biggest disappointment is that there is NO wi-fi here! :( Tomorrow we will remain in Taipei.
Written by Afreen G, Caitlyn L and Courtney ...
... 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 ...
... to the stuffs in Bangkok if you've been there.
Lunch was at Modern Toilet restaurant, which has a very unique theme of - you guessed it - all things in the toilet. This starts from the signboard, which is a glorified XXXXXL sized toilet bowl. My steamboat came in the shape of a toilet bowl too. The guys at the next table ordered this bread that came in the shaped of a pile of ****, we couldn't stop laughing at how ridiculously it is to be eating this ...
... box of my own :)
Although I didn't get to go to Taipei, per se, I stayed in Taoyuan for the night. 7/11 everywhere. Literally a block or two away from each other. I believe Taipei itself has the most convenient stores per square footage and it's apparent when you arrive! I was in a suburb of Taipei and was able to enjoy the delectable items the country had to ...
... more determined to conquer this mountain. For the full story of Jade Mountain - Take 1...check out my friend's blog: http://talesofatravelingtexan.blogspot. com/2010/06/what-do-they-mean-road-is-b roken.html .
So...the first thing one must do before climbing Jade Mountain is apply for a permit http://mountain.ysnp.gov.tw/english/Apl y_Index.aspx?pg=02&w=2&n=22001. It's a National Park and only 100 visitors are allowed on it at any given time. There ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services