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... train ride back to Kaohsiung was only 40 minutes. I got there a little after 2 pm and headed to the hostel directly. I did not realise that I have walked by the hostel last week when I went to the Couchsurfing meeting. With Inn Hostel was a really cute little eclectic house that looked like it was recently renovated. I was greeted by Shing and Hong when I arrived. Shing was really friendly and was very excited since I was the first guest from Mauritius that ...
... 3 pm train since I was not meeting Asta until 5 pm. I checked out of the hostel at 10 am telling Annie that I was not coming back this time... I thought I would explore the neighbourhood a little more. I went to the Mega FE21 mall which was right across the street. The stores just opened when I walked in. All the shop attendants were standing in front of their stores and bowing at me as I walked around. I was also very confused. I thought they ...
This post will be really brief. The past few days have been tiring and I needed a break so I decided to stay in Kaohsiung for one more night and just do nothing but relax. I bid farewell to Che and thanked him a lot for hosting me for the past two days. It was a great experience and I am glad I got to meet him.
I was looking for a coffee shop but nothing was opened close by so I had to go to the Starbucks which was pretty ...
... in Canada. It was this beef patty stacked on top of a deep fried salmon patty with coleslaw. It was not the best. I do not know what I was expecting...it's McDonald's!
I had a really long day and was debating on whether to bail on this couchsurfing meetup but decided to go anyway. It was my only chance to meet people here since I was leaving Kaohsiung on Friday and it seemed like they were a pretty nice group. I had a really good time when I was ...
... from where the woman leading the exercise was.
I picked up my bag at the hostel before I headed to the Kaohsiung Arena station, where Che was supposed to get me. My first impression of him was he seemed to be a very friendly approachable guy. We went back to his place to drop my bag and to change into my running gear. I told him that I have not run for a really long time and might take it slow. He's running an Ultra Marathon next year in New Zealand so ...