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. ...
... in front of the entrance because the stores were not opened yet but turned out the shops were opened. I guess it's the mall opening protocol to greet all the guests. It felt a little weird to have all these people bow at you as you are walking around. Had a sausage and egg bun at one of the bakeries for breakfast and then window shopped a little bit. There was not much so I decided to go to the nearest coffee shop to relax and google Asta since ...
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 ...
... the terrace three times and stop and bow at the 4 pagodas on each corners of the terrace and obviously the giant Buddha.
Before heading to the monastery, I went for lunch at the Camphor Groves Tea House. All the meals were vegetarian inside the complex. Non-vegetarian food was prohibited inside the complex. The meal was quite good and consisted of rice with curry vegetables, soup, sauteed green beans and congee. It was pay by donation so no set ...
... try it ever since I got there but was always too full to get one. We drove back to his place since there was one dessert place that was famous next to his place. Che's two friends, Vita and Song Soo, joined us since they were in the neighbourhood and we had a nice chat. When we got there, there were no more mangoes, so I just got some taro, grass jelly, green bean and coconut jelly mixed with crushed ice and syrup. It was good but I still need to try the mango ...