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... bar pulled straight from an english pub chain, including croutons and caesar dressing. There is a full bread section, but it is all very sweet and caky.
On Monday 6th, we set off early to get to our first location, the Jinguashi Gold Mine. On the way through early morning Taipei, we saw the first thing we understood and recognised; on a corner near the bus station was a JW.org literature stand and a smiling sister! We had to stop and say ...
... They will stand there like mannequins and let the tourist try to provoke a reaction—which is not forthcoming.
Aside from the ceremony, the buildings are beautiful. All very Chinese in their style—mostly red and gold. See the pictures.
Now it’s back to the ship for a relaxing evening of food and people watching.
Tonight we take off for Hong Kong—and another day at sea. Hasta luego
So I stayed at Paula's this morning and did some washing and sorted hotel for Hong Kong on Saturday night. Then did the MRT alone without instructions. Yay me. Had lovely coffee and walked around then I went back to Paula's and Heath found the bakery again so had a donut! Really must find a different way home.
We are going to the night market later, apparently next to a temple so I will take the camcorder and try and upload the video. ...
... some friends for dinner. My sandal broke while walking around and I had to buy one on the street. The guy selling it to me saw my broken sandal, which would explain why he was so reluctant to reduce the price. After a lot of haggling, I got the sandals for a slightly cheaper price (but still a rip off i think).
We took the metro back into the city to meet up with (most of) my old CA group I taught for one of my high school summer jobs. We went to a ...
... Unfortunately they were honestly mistaken. The next ten minutes at the chemists saw me furiously flicking through my Lonely Planet pbrasebook and my phone's Chinese dictionary app. I managed to convey the fact that I had a bad cold with congestion and coughing but she couldn't understand "pseudoephedrine". The pharmacist ended up showing me box after box of tablets while I searched for thr active ingredients in English. In the end I picked Robotussin, the only brand name ...