K Hotel Taipei II
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... the category of “mystical”. If one was trying to compare it to something, one would find themselves searching in the Bible for answers. Their ability to take simple ingredients and convert them into pure amazement is on the level of Jesus turning water into wine!
The biggest shocker was Thailand not making the cut. I looked forward to visiting this country the most for it’s food ...
One last interesting tidbit. When Chiang Kai-Shek retreated from mainland China after WWII, losing to Mao Zedung's communists, he brought with him about two million soldiers and citizens. They took over the island and controlled everything. There is a big mausoleum for CKS as he is known, but since Taiwan became democratic, only about 20 years ago, people started to learn more about the brutality of the former dictator, and he is no longer held in high regard. ...
... PEACE ISLAND natural peculiar landscape.Then we proceed to CHIUFEN (nine portion),it was the centers of gold mining in Taiwan and don't miss out delicious local food (Taro dumplin dessert and dark suger ginger tea).
Of cause after nine is ten,we proceed to SHIFEN OLD STREET (ten portion),while stroll beside railway,a lot of sky lantern and souvenir shop there, There also plenty of local snacks that ...
... and clean in a city that could be described as looking quite shabby, but this just adds to the magnificence of the building. Taipei 101 is also the center for Taipei's nightlife. The AT&T building is ten stories high with a different club or bar on each floor. On the top floor is a cocktail bar called Stream, which at night has a great view of Taipei 101 and the neighbourhoods around. Other great clubs are Babe 18 and Hive. These ...
... had my own home, with all my belongings nearby. And through the year none of these essential items mattered. Sure I missed the solitude of my own home, cooking, and the comfort of my pillow-top mattress.
What was important, what did matter, was where I chose to focus.
Time with family, friends without an alarm sounding telling me ...