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... shells justice.
After that we went to the Mountain Star for hot tub. Originally we were hoping to go to a Japanese-style hot tub with stone walls surrounding it, yet we found another one in which we were able to contact. The trip to the hotel was long and exhausting; we had to get the MRT to Beitou and then take a relatively long journey on bus S9. The hot tub itself was actually within ...
... a price leads to a cost, a cost to a sacrifice, and a sacrifice to a loss. Treasure our losses, and we will learn to fly. From my point of view the most beautiful thing in life is but bravery to leave things, and people, behind: I would be devastated if, one day, I no longer possess the bravery to leave.
It is funny how I am not home when posting this travelogue—oh, these are the days when we forget momentarily what home is, but it ...
... 8217;t impressed with the quality & service of the place. Will try to avoid this restaurant at all causes. Though tomorrow evening’s Gala Dinner (with formal wear, I suppose, no flip-flop, my favorite shoes in Taiwan) will be at the same place.
There’s some mismatches between the food we ordered and the meal that was delivered. And the server definitely wasn’t “gracious”. Sometimes one could observe the menu was ...
... is along the river, with rocks overhanging thru out, which provided natural canopy/shad (or natural rock slide waiting to happen, depends on how you look at it). Quite a few walkers, I won't categorize them as hikers, as quite many were wearing flip-flops or high heels.
A short trail, easy one, I was eyeing how to get down to the river if possible. The heat and humidity could be quite uncomfortable in Taiwan. ...
... fireworks display. This year also marks the 10th anniversary of the building. How to get back after the fireworks... Metro are available throughout 24hours but getting in takes time. It is pretty systematic but it can takes as long as one hour to get in. This is why I choose to stay in the Xinyi district so that I be able to walk back after the fireworks. Here some pictures for the 2014 first ...
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