Fullerton Hotel East Taipei
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We left New Orleans (after finding out our flight was canceled months ago). We had to fly to Atlanta so that we could get to Los Angela's on time. The Atlanta flight had crazy seat switchers and it was a bit of a circus. The flight from LA to Taipei, Taiwan was a long one and very warm. We are in Taipei waiting for our last flight of the day to Hanoi Vietnam. The airports here are very nice and mostly empty. We are all a little tired and ready to get our adventure ...
time to get to know us and I could not have been more grateful for the
friendships that I made! I had such a phenomenal time thanks to the students of both CMU and SDSU. I learned just because a new place seems very different and strange, that does not mean it is bad.. and someday I hope to go back to China and Taiwan! Until then here are some highlights of the trip along with some favorite pictures! Thank you all ...
... eat with us. The meal was delicious with every kind of dumpling to try-shrimp, veggie, crab, pork, chicken. After lunch we took a cable car over the hills of the rainforest, it was beautiful! And of course it started to rain. When we reached the other end we got out and walked around. The view overlooked the city, and we could see Taipei 101, one of the tallest buildings in the world. We also ate the BEST green tea ...
... rows of seats that we sprawled on. H refused to sleep though and he progressively got louder and louder. He would not lay down to sleep and could not manage to find a comfortable position in his tiny seat with 4 pillows around him. He kept fussing over his pillows. Finally he was down and I went down as well and next thing I know we were descending.
It took us a long time to get out because H did not want to ...
... one that simply did not belong. So navigation of the store was precarious at best. Leave it to say I found frames, at a great price, picked up a few extras and headed off on the next adventure. As you all know, I love plants and trees and have a special admiration for Bonsai. I had heard of the Pudong Flower market and was eager take a look. Incredible, is all I can say !!! Imagine a Home Depot size building but with 4 floors of flowers and plants. Everything you ...
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