Fullerton Hotel East Taipei
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... we were reminded of the truly international nature of the organization.
We grabbed a tour bus and shot through taipei and out into the mountains. We climbed for about an hour through winding mountain roads, with deep lush jungle all around. At times we passed small, beautifully decorated shrines built by local families to honour their ancestors. The gold mine was at the top of a lovely old village that had been preserved as a tourist ...
... war heroes. Every March 29th (Youth Day) and September 3rd (Armed Forces Day), the President of Taiwan and the heads of the branches of Taiwan's government honor the martyrs by offering incense at the shrine and bowing.
The shrine is also the scene of an hourly changing of the guard from the various branches of the military. The ceremony of the changing of the guard is famous for its incredible military precision and the completely ...
... friendly walkway so that the cats could get safely across the railway tracks to greet visitors arriving on the trains.
The new life that the cats have brought to the town has enabled locals to cash in on tourism with cafes, gift shops selling every cat related accessory you can think of and cat shaped treats for both humans and cats readily available.
I am pretty sure that this is the coolest town in ...
... have. They accept all forms in and it's better to be safe than sorry. Literally every document you've had to fill out or send off previously, bring them and take them in. Also you'll need your passport here so keep that handy.
We filled out all the forms needed, the HESS teachers introduced themselves and then we got split into two separate groups. One group would be doing the City Tour in the morning, whilst the other group would be doing the "rigorous HESS medical", and ...
... quick research I learned that some night market are more food orientated while others are more shopping orientated. This one was more food, though it did have storefronts as well. The place was packed with tourists and locals. It was shoulder to shoulder. We pretty much just ate our way down. We had steamed dumplings, chicken corn 2 teeny strips of cheese crepe, waffle with some mochi like concoction inside, sponge bob eggy ...