Travel Blogs from Hsinchu
... 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 ...
If you are traveling with two ppl or less, I would always take the city bus. There are direction sign of where's the station in the airport. It is easily located n the tickets counters are just right beside the station. There are many different company but you need to check where you are heading to. Normally I will take to Taipei Main Train station and it will cost around NT90 but this time round I ...
... conclude Day 1 with another Murphy's Law tidbit... Before I left, I ordered a 60 box of cochlear implant batteries as a back up to my rechargables as they are easier to just carry around, especially if power is out or spotty and such. Cochlear implant batteries just suck energy like nothing else and my rechargables last about 6 hrs. and new fresh non-rechargables can last perhaps 12 hrs. before I hear the 5 beep sound that they ...
... listen to the basic Mandarin audio lessons I downloaded. I in no way expect them to make me capable of holding even basic conversations while here, but it would be good to know the appropriate polite noise words to make. Perhaps it's just me, but I'm a firm believer in at least knowing how to say "hello," "yes," "no," "please," "thank you," and "excuse me" in the language of the place where you're visiting. It's simple common courtesy.
新年快樂! Happy New Year to all of you! On new year most look back upon the past year and reminisce. My year has been absolutely positively amazing. I am so grateful to have such a wonderful life filled with wonderful people. However, today also marks my third month here in Taiwan. I have been looking back upon these months the most. It has been filled with my most drastic changes this year, many new experience and I have had ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet