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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 ...
April 1st and 2nd. Day at sea, arriving at Taiwan
Wednesday the 1st we spent sailing from Japan to the island of Taiwan. Not much happened—nobody invaded our room—it was as peaceful day. So I decided to merge the 1st with the arrival in Taipei, Taiwan on the 2nd.
On the 2nd we are awakened by the deep booming blasts of the ship’s fog horn. Outside at 5:30 AM it is warm but a pea soup fog surrounds ...
... with balls n stuff in see pics.
Then we took another MRT to try n find Paula some headphones. Found shops but no luck on the tiny headphones for people with small ears. Heath suggested child ones but I didn't repeat that.
Starbucks was a welcome site then MRT bank to get Sarah from ...
So our training was due to last 9 days, with one day off on the Saturday in the middle. HESS have regularly asked us to not divulge any of their training methods or teaching strategies, so to play it safe, I'm not going to write about any of the training days, just things that happened on those days away from HESS and in the evenings. I can say that the training days were great, our 4 tutors we had were all really fun and easy to get on with, whilst also being brilliant teachers. ...
... two zeroes and times by four) to go to a private hot bath, the International Mineral Springs.
The English-speaking world has a cultural taboo against nudity and until yesterday I was no exception. I had to summon a lot of courage to hand over the NT$300. But I did it. It works like this - first you are offered tea. Then you are given a key on a wristband and then you must put your clothes in a locker. You are provided a towel and a facecloth, then you must shower. Soap and ...