Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Tainan
Travel Blogs from Tainan
Plenty of temples - Taoist and Buddhist
Xie xie or tse tse means thank-you
Nice open, green campus
Rub your troubles away otherwise known as Tai Chi
I didn't know mullets had tendons and I don't really want to eat another one.
Nice people, nice climate - does anyone cook for themselves? There are restaurants everywhere.
... on the trip. We will present curriculum in the afternoon, so in the morning we will be working on our presentations. Being the nerd I am, I am already to present, just no where near done writing my on-line research model. I then need to make some important packing decisions, including what clothes will be staying in Taiwan.
Final reflections tomorrow night for my last blog. I am exhausted!!!
... a few shops. We ended up at the Chihkan Towers, very famous in Tainan. I love the Chinese architecture and colors o the buildings. Once we had enough we took a taxi back to the hotel. We explored the area around our place a bit and looked around the mall and supermarket before heading home. We got skyping and next thing we knew it was late so I just went and got us some subway to share for dinner. The nice part about where we are staying is there's a couch ...
... When we arrived at Taipei HSR station we decided to have lunch there. As always the food was excellent and inexpensive. I've had soup noodles with pork wontons. Very yummy. Back at our accommodation for the last three nights we unpacked one more time did some laundry and Rachel did some doctors visits as well. After that we met with Jerry. Rachel's friend from ...
... does not know how to play the game at all. So after a steep learning curve I won a couple of games. I have a feeling they let me win a few. Anyway, that made me feel good about myself. So tonight I managed to win 6 times. Especially the final game of the day that I managed to win surprised everybody. Mahjong is a lot of fun and I hope I can find somebody in Melbourne to play it ...
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