Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Tainan
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- Swimming pool
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... at her hostel. She made me scratch Mauritius off her world map that was on the wall
and took a picture. She then took me to my room and showed me around. I was pretty impressed with the hostel. Kaohsiung seems to have the best hostels. The bed looked really comfortable and the shower room and bathroom were very clean. Shing informed me that I was going to have the room to myself! Sweet! She said that it was low season and it is usually not busy ...
... in front of the entrance because the stores were not opened yet but turned out the shops were opened. I guess it's the mall opening protocol to greet all the guests. It felt a little weird to have all these people bow at you as you are walking around. Had a sausage and egg bun at one of the bakeries for breakfast and then window shopped a little bit. There was not much so I decided to go to the nearest coffee shop to relax and google Asta since ...
This post will be really brief. The past few days have been tiring and I needed a break so I decided to stay in Kaohsiung for one more night and just do nothing but relax. I bid farewell to Che and thanked him a lot for hosting me for the past two days. It was a great experience and I am glad I got to meet him.
I was looking for a coffee shop but nothing was opened close by so I had to go to the Starbucks which was pretty ...
... a gift shop in my life...I left the cave and was greeted by even more Buddhas and monks in the garden. I do not think I have seen that many Buddha statues in my whole life until today. It felt like I was in BUDDHA LAND! I was originally thinking of staying in the monastery for one night since they have two places to stay and thought I could learn more about the temple the next day but I am glad I did not book anything in advance. At this point, I have ...
... and the reconstruction plans after disaster. The different communities that were displaced and could not go back to their previous villages / towns were forced to rebuild and the government and reconstruction agencies made sure that the new site was ecological sustainable and safe to prevent such disaster from happening again.
I had a pretty late lunch that day since Che asked me to go for a run with him later. The only option was the museum cafe, ...