Grand Hotel Taipei
Travel Blogs from Taipei
... Everyone else’s eyeballs
still rolling around in the sockets
lazy, still contemplating wallpaper. And
The first one in dreams, the first one
intoxicated. All those pixels around you
still pretending to be people. What you
want is to write them all down. Hold
them each still until you paint the ...
... grounds for a short hour before leaving. It was roasting hot outside, so we took the MRT to another location. We walked around an area that was rebuilt as a touristy historical ground to show what old Taiwan homes used to look like. There were lots of unique art exhibits using recycled materials around and educational videos playing in some of the buildings. We spent a good while walking around until we could ...
... our "best outfits", so I rocked up in the suit, with Alexandra modelling a lovely little number aswell. We had a pretty slow morning, going over policy and other issues like that. Then we had to sign our contracts! All went smoothly. Then we got to go up to the twelfth floor, where it was all laid out nicely with nibbles and a bar with free drinks whilst we got to meet our Head NST's, we actually met our Area Manager as we are the only two NST's (oh by the way, NST means ...
... medicine, it's bad for your body to drink cold water especially after exercise. I can accept a lot of cultural difference, but I'm fighting this one until the end. Hot water just makes you more thirsty! Cold water forever!!
Wow, I didn't realize my feelings about water were this strong until now. Anyway, after Nantou I spent three days with a different friend in Taichung. Her family are Christian vegans. This is a weird combination since most of the vegans here ...
... this blog at home in Milford a month later. I will keep the things I wrote intact and just edit for grammar and spelling since I had to write the whole thing on my iTouch. At the end of each part I will add a "Looking Back" segment in which I'll write how I feel about that part of the trip a month later. That way I can save my "unbiased" thoughts from the trip and then add my current perspective now that the trip is over.