Tayih Landis Hotel Tainan
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... there for one day before they make their way to Alishan Natural Park. My plan was to make a trip to Alishan but I might skip it so that I could get to Taipei earlier. My body has been craving some yoga and Taipei was the only place I was able to find a Bikram
studio. Although Alishan seemed very appealing, parts of the train track were destroyed during Typhoon Marokot and have not been repaired yet so some part of the park are still not ...
... things to her. I had messaged her earlier on whatsapp to tell her that I had enjoyed the piece she wrote on Medium but she never replied so I complimented her again on it in person. She immediately stopped me and said "You do not have to say it again. I saw your message." in a rude-ish manner. How do you respond to that? She also had a question about my background but then when I started to go into details she said she did not need to hear about it! ...
... around the same price. I knew D'Well was also located at a very convenient location close to the metro station so I decided to just go back there. The owners were happy to see me again.
I was not really hungry so I went to the new public library that Che and his friends recommended to see. It looks like a really nice library, with different coloured lights and trees on the balcony of each floor. The exterior landscaping ...
... 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 ...
... of the most interesting exhibit I have seen so far here was in regards to the Morakot Typhoon devastation that was had catastrophic in Taiwan, killing more than 500 people. The extreme amount of rain created mudslides and severe flooding throughout southern Taiwan, burying the entire town of Xiaolin. They had a 3D movie that depicted the mudslides and flooding and how the entire town was buried. It was pretty heartbreaking. The exhibit focused on the events, ...