Lees Boutique Hotel
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... and they are preserved in India, Sri Lanka, China and Taiwan! This centre is again enormous, it spreads up the hill, has Indian pagodas, Chinese pagodas, an enormous Buddha , numerous halls and training centres and a huge vegetarian restaurant which is where we had lunch. This was another 'one off' lunch experience. The food that arrived in lots of courses looked like your average Chinese meal to me. I swear I was easting chicken and ...
... is on the Top 5 list of places to visit in Taiwan. I'm sure it would be as
beautiful as Taroko Gorge but Alishan is a little bit too out of the way and I only have a little more than a week left, and so much more to see. I guess one month in Taiwan is not enough! I had the hollow bun I bought yesterday from Anping. On the package it showed to
break the top part of the bun and fill it will something that looked like an egg and then cook it on a ...
... 3 pm train since I was not meeting Asta until 5 pm. I checked out of the hostel at 10 am telling Annie that I was not coming back this time... I thought I would explore the neighbourhood a little more. I went to the Mega FE21 mall which was right across the street. The stores just opened when I walked in. All the shop attendants were standing in front of their stores and bowing at me as I walked around. I was also very confused. I thought they ...
This post will be really brief. The past few days have been tiring and I needed a break so I decided to stay in Kaohsiung for one more night and just do nothing but relax. I bid farewell to Che and thanked him a lot for hosting me for the past two days. It was a great experience and I am glad I got to meet him.
I was looking for a coffee shop but nothing was opened close by so I had to go to the Starbucks which was pretty ...
... and the reconstruction plans after disaster. The different communities that were displaced and could not go back to their previous villages / towns were forced to rebuild and the government and reconstruction agencies made sure that the new site was ecological sustainable and safe to prevent such disaster from happening again.
I had a pretty late lunch that day since Che asked me to go for a run with him later. The only option was the museum cafe, ...