The Sherwood Taipei
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Sherwood Taipei
Some of the hotels were big and some were small. But the best thing is there is network or even WIFI in the hotel, so that I can write my travel blog :)
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7 November 2014
Gigi Tan Min Min
It was really an exciting day today. We took the aeroplane to Taiwan, YAY! I am so excited as my cousins were waiting for me at the airport. When we reached Taiwan, we took a taxi to our hotel which is Sherwood Taipei, the hotel was huge!! :) I am so excited before we get to the first stop in Taipei.
... jogging between activities and pick up points. Emotionally it's even harder. Usually, you explore out from your comfort zone, building on what you know and understand. Here everything is so different from anything I have ever experienced, I have no point of reference, no comfort zone. I suddenly know how alice felt, tumbling down the rabbit hole.
The breakfast buffet is our first big challenge; while we are at the Cosmo Hotel, Stephen and ...
... less than 1/2 mile. The ship seemed to be feeling its way along until we reached the Keelung Harbor where the captain was able to skillfully park us alongside a large dock. The ship is tied up as we finish our breakfast. around 8 AM The view from the breakfast window shows us a port that is in much poorer condition than what we saw in Japan, The closest building, for example, has a corrugated tin roof that is quite rusty, Other buildings ...
I can't believe it has been 3 months since I have been living in Taipei. Time is a strange thing, I'm one way it just feels like yesterday I was having my first breakfast and in another way, it feels like years since I left my home in Australia. Being busy with work has definitely made the time pass faster than I wish it would. I have been keeping busy on weekends and evenings with social events and small projects. I still don't ...
... s dad is 50, he kicked my ass on the ride (which lasted 2.5 hours!). By the time I finally got to the temple at the top, he had already finished worshipping their ancestors and welcomed me with a huge cup of STEAMING HOT water. You heard me!! It's 97 degrees almost every day here and the Taiwanese are still drinking boiling water after exercise... INSANITY!! Despite my desperate pleas for cold (or even room temperature) water, my friend's dad would not give it to me because according ...