Wei-Yat Toong Mao Grand Hotel
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... is on the Top 5 list of places to visit in Taiwan. I'm sure it would be as
beautiful as Taroko Gorge but Alishan is a little bit too out of the way and I only have a little more than a week left, and so much more to see. I guess one month in Taiwan is not enough! I had the hollow bun I bought yesterday from Anping. On the package it showed to
break the top part of the bun and fill it will something that looked like an egg and then cook it on a ...
... like OK. I knew she could be blunt from the few messages that she had sent me earlier on whatsapp but I guess it's different when it is in person. She also wrote on her profile that some people and even her roommates told her she can be rude at times. I guess these people have a point. She then asked me where I was staying tonight! Confused, I replied hostel but in my head I was freaking out. I have NOWHERE to sleep tonight. I thought she was hosting ...
... Trees and a wide variety of flowers were planted at the entrance and on one side of the library building. The interior was as beautiful as the exterior, however, I was surprised to see that it was not as accessible as I thought it would be. It was a really new building and it seemed to have very limited washrooms based on the potential occupancy of the space. It was a huge building and there was only one washroom with stalls each ...
... had some good conversations with the people there. From all the conversations I have had with travelers and foreigners teaching English here, the consensus was that Kaohsiung was had a more relaxed vibe and people are more approachable than in Taipei. I totally agree. I am really enjoying my time in Kaohsiung. People are friendlier here; not that I had any bad experience in Taipei but it is definitely a different feel.
... and the reconstruction plans after disaster. The different communities that were displaced and could not go back to their previous villages / towns were forced to rebuild and the government and reconstruction agencies made sure that the new site was ecological sustainable and safe to prevent such disaster from happening again.
I had a pretty late lunch that day since Che asked me to go for a run with him later. The only option was the museum cafe, ...