Sun Moon Lake Apollo Resort Hotel
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... 11: clean up and back homeI visited Taichung with a couple of new friends and was able to join in a calligraphy class!
I recommend it, Vipassana is offered throughout the world and it is by donation only! Accomodation and meals are provided!
People would **** and burp like no one else was there, mostly common amongst the elderly people. It was quite revolting and I thought quite rude, especially during meditation hours! In ...
... the cabinet. The rice cooked for around 13 minutes and then after unwrapping it from the leaves, it is supposed to have a triangle shape from how it is wrapped. C.Y., who learned this probably before he was three was a master! The rice tasted really good and I like Zongzi a lot.
We all made at least three each, but could barely eat one because we were so full, and tired. That night we went to my favorite restaurant of the trip, Hakka, where I tried shark ...
... know you already have two kids-which they can now have instead of just one-they will pull you and force abortions on women. He told us about the bribery and corruption within their government, and that in high school some of his classmates went to America to study, like him, and some stayed in China. The ones who stayed have pretty high ranking government jobs, but he said they have to "compromise" and must be willing to not always have very good morals. No one ...
... went on back and forth, them teaching us dances and then we would teach them dances. None of us had expected the night to turn into a dance/karaoke party, but it did pretty quick! They sang some songs also, and then our guys sang Party in the USA by Miley Cyrus and did a dance/prop show with umbrellas, singing Umbrella by Rihanna. It was a great night and we really got to know the students, they were all so nice and spoke English really well.
... temples, stores and tasted some interesting good food. We ended with a family dinner at the restaurant.
This week, we will visit Taipei and another classmate of ours.
To make it public: I will be participating in a "Silent meditation retreat" for 10 days here in Taiwan. I am really looking forward to this experience, no technology, nothing, just meditation and yoga. :)