King Shi Hotel
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... orale dans mon cours de Classiques chinois traduits en anglais. Puisque je n'avais peu le temps de me préparer, j'ai parlé en anglais à propos de ce que j'ai appris de ce cours et du manuel.
La semaine dernière, j'ai demandé à mon enseignante de mon cours de Changements de sociétés en Asie de l'Est, si je pouvais répondre aux questions de l'examen de mi-session et elle a accepté. J'étais si soulagée parce que j'avais de la ...
... cab had only four available seats, the taxi driver added a back seat for the Korean student. The driver offered us to drive us to Shida Night Market for a good price, but one of German had motion sickness so we got off at Xiangshan Station. We got off to Dongmen Station because the Korean's university is in Taoyuan and had to transfert line for Huilong Station.
Guang Hua Digital Plaza
On Friday October 30, I went to Guang Hua Digital Plaza located only ...
Three months ago I would have looked at the travel that we have just done and said "nope, nope, nope!"...
We left Koh Tao at 9:30am on Monday 14th September. A shuttle, ferry, day bus, taxi, train, walk, night at Bangkok airport (again, I know, I'm cheap!), plane, bus, train and walk, and at 7:00pm on Tuesday 15th September we ...
... Taipei Gonzalo and I decided to split because I planned to leave the airport and explore Taipei at least a little bit, while Gonzalo had to stay in transit because he needed a visa to enter Taiwan.
I went for a free half-day tour organized by the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport. It´s designed for transit or transfer passengers with 7-24 hours before their next connecting flight, and who have a valid visa or come from countries eligible for visa-exempt ...
... National Palace Museum. So much for it being a public holiday for people to spend with their family, I think every second person in the city was at the museum. We checked out a lot of the changes over the years to their porcelain, bronze and jade. To see the progression from there early history to today shows just how far technology has come. Then it was off to Martyr's Shrine (Taiwan's Buckingham Palace) ...