Relite Hotel Taipei
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... advice 'Don't be afraid to socialise with other foreigners' He almost read my mind. 'A lot of people come here and want to have the local experience, realistic experience pand isolate themselves from other foreigners, and that can often be a mistake.' I will see how I go, I DO have a number of Taiwanese friends but it would indeed be nice to form bonds with some other friendly foreigners if the situations ...
... statue of Chiang Kai-shek is located, and where a guard mounting ceremony takes place in regular intervals.
Out in the courtyard the national Theatre and National Concert Hall set on either side of the memorial provide for a pretty cool symmetrical panorama. The square fast became a place to host public gatherings and having hosted many pro-democratic gatherings the plaza was named Liberty Square.
Eating for us is not often a ...
... there was an eye test, which Alexandra later told me had confused her quite a bit (her way of covering up for her dodgy eye sight!). So far so good!
We then had to go through and pay, being at the end I then had to wait with a couple of girls who'd also been last in line, but one of their forms had gone missing, so we hung around waiting for this to be sorted out for quite some time. Due to this delay we were then playing catch up with the rest of the group, so we didn't have ...
... place is at the end of the red line. It's about a 5-10min walk from the nearest train station and thereafter another 30min climb to the summit. Visibility was good even at night so it's safe to come here after the sun sets. In fact you should come here at night to enjoy the scenery. This spot gives you the best possible view of Taipei and definitely should not be missed.
鼎泰丰It's so good that we went for round 2. What do you think?
... man next to me had to get the mechanic on before take off to fix his seat! The plane was just four seats wide and had the engines at the back of the plane.....And here was me thinking Taiwan was modern!
I then flew into Hong Kong circling over Hong Kong Island, and again seeing great views over the central ...