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Ni hao tout le monde
Je prends un petite pause pour vous écrire ce blog durant ma semaine d'examens de mi-session. Mon cerveau ne peut plus rien absorber pour le moment..
Ces trois dernières semaines depuis le 25 octobre, je suis à peine sortie de ma chambre et j'ai affronté courageusement ma pille de montagne de devoirs et d'études. Vendredi le 23 octobre, j'ai un examen qui couvrait le premier chapitre de mon cours de Chinois ...
Ni hao from Taipei,
Sorry for not posting any blog and news those last weeks, I was quite busy. While I'm writing this entry, my 2nd month is already finished. Rest now only 8 months!
Two weeks ago, on October 17, one of my friends invited me to go to Muzha, I didn't plan any outdoor activity during that weekend. Then I accepted and we met at the dormitory entrance. She was with two other German girls. We took the subway to Taipei ...
... shorts, but we had a very fun afternoon where we got very messy and played with clay! We returned to Taipei that night and shot straight across town to eat at the famous 5 star Sheraton Hotel buffet. It was wonderfully smart, and it had a desert tray to make a chocoholic faint with joy. It also gave me the wonderful chance to try an indian style curry and rice with naan bread as perceived by a chinese chef. It doesn't quite translate very well...
... we could get some food (thank goodness for dim sum) and then once we'd tried and failed again to visit the Taipei 101 (they close it in a thunderstorm) it was time to head back to Hong Kong.
Overall, Taipei was lovely. Everywhere seemed so much more spacious than Hong Kong, although a tad on the deserted side. People were helpful and friendly, and attractions were interesting. It just might have been a bit better if we'd been able to work out what there actually was to do!
... yet. The first order of the day was a quick subway ride to Taipei 101, the famous skyscraper shaped like a bamboo stalk that was once the tallest building in the world until some building in Dubai built by slave labour beat it a few years ago. You get to the observation deck entry by going up four escalators to the fifth floor of an adjacent shopping mall. It's no Westfield Miranda - every shop is Bulgari or Prada or Burberry or Zegna.
The building is ...