Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel Tainan
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... a different hostel this time. I did not want to go back to D'well again after telling Anne that I was leaving for sure that last time. I found a really cute little place close to Central Park station. I also made sure to book my hostel in Chiayi and did not want to wait last minute again.
I said my goodbyes to George and Claudia and then headed to the train station. I had a few hours before the train so I wandered around the city one last ...
... I was not aware of a back entrance, so I asked for direction. She was friendly and we started chatting about me and my trip and I was trying to get to know her, asking her some basic questions. Asta is from Hong Kong and is in her last year majoring in Political Science. She wants to be a journalist but does not know where. She does not like that people always ask her what she is going to do after school and also does not seem to like when ...
... had lots of seats and also many outlets where I can charge my phone and laptop. I spent most of the day there updating my blog and drinking tea. I really enjoyed doing nothing today and do not feel bad about it. There is still a lot that I want to see but I was in desperate need of a break.
I decided to go back to D'Well hostel since I thought it was excellent and clean and also all the other hostels around were more ...
... in Canada. It was this beef patty stacked on top of a deep fried salmon patty with coleslaw. It was not the best. I do not know what I was expecting...it's McDonald's!
I had a really long day and was debating on whether to bail on this couchsurfing meetup but decided to go anyway. It was my only chance to meet people here since I was leaving Kaohsiung on Friday and it seemed like they were a pretty nice group. I had a really good time when I was ...
... from where the woman leading the exercise was.
I picked up my bag at the hostel before I headed to the Kaohsiung Arena station, where Che was supposed to get me. My first impression of him was he seemed to be a very friendly approachable guy. We went back to his place to drop my bag and to change into my running gear. I told him that I have not run for a really long time and might take it slow. He's running an Ultra Marathon next year in New Zealand so ...