The Sherwood Taipei
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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.
Well.. The typhoon just turned out to be some rain and wind.. I guess the locals know best.. No big deal! I had the day off work for a typhoon day.. Kinda like a snow day but rain instead of snow! I spent the day hanging out with my roommate.. We went to the grocery store then did some facial masks and watched a movie after ...
... sining in Chinese until we both somehow figured that the melody of the song was very close to the Beatles' “Yellow Submarine”...which it actually turned out to be. Once the guy had finished the song (god thanks) he then went on a 10min crusade to explain what he perceived the meaning of the term “Yellow Submarine” to be in this song, and how it represented love and peace and some other deep philosophical concepts of ...
... and he sends me in the right direction. What a waste of time. I am back at 7 pm because the pastor andthe deacon have invited me for dinner. They bring me to a fine Chinese restaurant and the pastor has invited a few other persons. He wants to underline my 50th Anniversary of Priesthood.. What a touching gesture. Yet on the menu, a special delicacy made out of fish heads. Excellent meal (except that). Today, it rains again and I visited the Taipei 101 Tower, one of the Great.
... food and left our wallets a little lighter.
I promise we did more than just eat our way through the city though. In between meals and in an effort to make room for more food we browsed the night markets of Taipei. These are loud and colorful affairs overflowing with shops and food vendors and carnival games. The street assaults the senses and there is so much to take in (even at a small one) that we easily spent two hours making our ...