Sun Moon Lake Apollo Resort Hotel
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... of the main street of the town and easy to navigate from there. I on the other hand missed this stop and pretty much got kicked off the bus in the middle of nowhere once the amount on my ticket had run out and had to walk about a mile back to the town!
The town itself is similar to most other towns in Taiwan. It has all the shops you'd expect such as addidas and Nike stores, bubble tea shops, McDonald's and Moss Burger. So, even though ...
... and very spicy which I loved. If you're visiting Taichung definitely go to the night market and get some of its delicious food!
The final day I spent in Taichung was very relaxing as I mostly just hung around the hostel and planned the next part of my trip around Taiwan. It was great because on the evening the whole hostel came together to cook dinner, making our own dumplings and sharing a bottle of red wine together! I then went and met a friend for beer at a ...
... but then I managed to get a second one. One for the rice as I knew I would like it and the second bowl for things to try. I tried many things not knowing what they were! Some of it was not so good while sometimes it was good. For breakfast and lunch, we always had rice....now I am sick of rice!!!
For breakfast, I tried adjusting it to my taste, I would take a piece of bread, cut some banana and put it on it, eat it or sometimes add some peanuts to ...
... floor where we talked to the doctors who practiced that, and finally the pharmacy, where they mixed the herbs and medicine that were given to patients to make into medicinal soups. We saw a lot of the Chinese herbs in powder and whole form. A women was even putting together a prescription for a patient who had just had a stroke, there was a least 7 different types of herbs. The powder form is in bottles and all computerized and that is covered under ...
... ice cream. This is a popular food in Asia, but I don't think it would be very easy to find in the U.S. In case you were wondering yes, it tastes very bitter. Dr. Chow also mentioned that the President of Taiwan had visited CMU that morning. She wondered if we had seen any "demonstrative groups" because not everyone likes the president..and that when her students went to buy eggs at the store that morning for our ice cream project they were all gone!..meaning ...