Sheraton Hsinchu Hotel
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... chicken legs. One can always cook at one's own kitchen. We saw people bringing in their own lunch box to eat in the cafeteria. Free soup and I believe free rice (maybe).
Today is Chinese style Farmer's Market day in the facility. Every Thursday the facility will bring in vendors to showcase some food so seniors can sample and purchase at the facility. We sampled quite a bit.... :-)
A 7-11 on site, the boys found ...
... but honestly it is just normal life to me. (I would just enjoy and ponder the photos if I were you, my English is awfully poor anyway.)
Another huge event that has occured is that I have moved into my second host family. It was a bitter sweet moment. I had lived in my last house for five months and grew to become part of there family and had become use to that life. It was hard to say good bye. However after many hugs and packing many bags, I made my way to ...
... Quick stop in the services (advertised by a petrol pump and chopsticks and a bowl rather than a knife and fork - hehe!) and a slight detour when the satnav went awol, but arrived in Taoyuan at 1900 to drop off the hire car. Some seriously sterling driving from A - the Taiwanese drive like nutters on the highway. A was exhausted but we handed over keys at the high speed rail terminal and took a taxi to the hotel I'd booked nearby to ...
If you are traveling with two ppl or less, I would always take the city bus. There are direction sign of where's the station in the airport. It is easily located n the tickets counters are just right beside the station. There are many different company but you need to check where you are heading to. Normally I will take to Taipei Main Train station and it will cost around NT90 but this time round I ...
... the other side of the pacific ocean. We enjoyed the sun, the ocean, the windsurfers and just enjoyed life. It was a day filled with no problems. I wish I could have shared it with you all as well. It has become one of my favorite spots. :) Then there is Taipei, where Nina and I spent Taiwan's Birthday at the zoo and the buffet (of course). This place is the complete opposite of Miaoli. It is crowded, crazy and overwhelming. Although it ...