Toong Mao Kao Shang Ching Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... middle of the week. Also they just opened 4 months ago so they we not as well-known as other hostels in Kaohsiung. I took a quick shower and nap before heading out for dinner.
Shing recommended this restaurant that served Duck Noodles, not too far from hostel. I have not had duck yet so I decided to go for it. A bowl of Duck noodle soup was only TWD 50, which is a little less than $2. The broth was delicious and the duck really nicely cooked. Since ...
... that I google her to find out more about her. She's a very interesting girl and seems to have a lot to say and knows what she wants. Good for her. She wrote an interesting piece called "Respect Your Time" which i really enjoyed.
When it was close to 2, I headed to Koahsiung main station to catch my train. Picked up two buns at the train station before getting on the train. Was considering having coffee bread for the last time but ...
... 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 ...
... he took me out to this little restaurant in a residential area that was around a 20 mins drive from his place. He ordered some typical Taiwanese food for me; things that I don't think I would have been able to order since everything was written in Chinese. The meal was really cheap, only $3 for a bowl of noodle soup with pork and some sliced pork, tofu and seaweed. We tried to go for the traditional mango dessert that they served over crushed ice here. I had ...