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... shells justice.
After that we went to the Mountain Star for hot tub. Originally we were hoping to go to a Japanese-style hot tub with stone walls surrounding it, yet we found another one in which we were able to contact. The trip to the hotel was long and exhausting; we had to get the MRT to Beitou and then take a relatively long journey on bus S9. The hot tub itself was actually within ...
... my friend a pair of sandals to get me into the Kitchen—not that sandals were exactly way better, but on a comparative note they were. It was funny to see how people were dressed up in the Kitchen: people there must have thought they were celebrities, for they put their shades on even indoors. Another feasible explanation for this behaviour would be that they were blind, in which case they were some very pretentious blind souls. The speed ...
Met the group at Taipei Train Station東三門, after walking around in the maze like Taipei Train Station MRT/HSR/TRA transit stop. Will try to grab a cab if possible going back home. Don't know how the foreigners (us) able to find their way around…..
Arrived Keelung Port 2:30pm, after 1 ½ hrs wait in line – customs, immigration, pix line, being held prior to boarding due to AiAi’s two passports issue, we finally checked ...
... whilst for the number 26 bus which after 45 minutes we really didn't think was ever going to show up but it did! We practically cheered as it swung into the stop, with bed, sleep and warmth on our mind it was our saviour. However, that joy soon took a plummeting fall when we realised we were completely locked out the apartment building. Our guard had decided to leave for no reason locking the entrance on his way out which we held no key to. We ended ...
... There needs to be a better way to accommodate the crowds than allow everyone to pile in.
Our second stop, the Martyrs’ Shrine, was much less crowded. It commemorates everyone who sacrificed their life on behalf of the founding of the Republic of China. It was guarded by two sets of armed honor guards, one at the entrance, and another at the actual shrine. They stood motionless at attention, staring straight ahead and ignoring all those ...
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