Lees Boutique Hotel
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... complicated…I just had it as is.
After much consideration…Change of plans. I'm heading back to Kaohsiung and spending the night there! George, my roommate in Tainan, said that I must really like Kaohsiung since I am going back. I do like Kaohsiung a lot. I love the friendly and more relaxed vibe of the city. I also met some great people there, saw some amazing artwork, ran along the well connected Love River and had some good food. ...
... like OK. I knew she could be blunt from the few messages that she had sent me earlier on whatsapp but I guess it's different when it is in person. She also wrote on her profile that some people and even her roommates told her she can be rude at times. I guess these people have a point. She then asked me where I was staying tonight! Confused, I replied hostel but in my head I was freaking out. I have NOWHERE to sleep tonight. I thought she was hosting ...
... around the same price. I knew D'Well was also located at a very convenient location close to the metro station so I decided to just go back there. The owners were happy to see me again.
I was not really hungry so I went to the new public library that Che and his friends recommended to see. It looks like a really nice library, with different coloured lights and trees on the balcony of each floor. The exterior landscaping ...
... I thought. I've been on a few buses in Taiwan now and I know how bus drivers drive here. One of the ladies finally decided to offer me the seat she was saving for her imaginary friend and I was able to enjoy a less bumpy 50 minute ride. When we were approach the stop to the Buddha Memorial Centre, the group leader came to me to inform me that I should stop here and then gave me a blueberry bagel. I thought she was the sweetest. She really took care of me ...
... children primarily, that provided information on various diseases such as AIDS, Tuberculosis and Dengue Fever to name a few. Various games were integrated as part of the learning process to make sure the kids also have fun. Everyone is given a character card that they have to scan every time before they play a game. Each player's score is recorded and you can check your overall score before you leave. The games ranged from short quizzes to more ...