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Taiwan - The country I have always wanted to visit ever since I became attracted to Chinese songs. Finally, it was a dream come true for me as I was selected to participate in a school trip to Taiwan for the IDA (International Design Alliance) Congress 2011. We set off on Sunday, 23 October from Changi Airport and in a blink of an eye, the 4-hour …
We first visited P.S. BUBU, a sophisticatedly designed restaurant which allows people to dine inside some classy car shells. Kelly and I took LOADS of posed photos and polaroids so we probably got a few stares from other tables! In general I was very satisfied with the restaurant, yet the outlook of it was completely different from my forecast as the surroundings outsides the shop did not do the ...
... in the queue at 04:30, an hour at which I was texting some of my friends in Hong Kong who still wanted to stay up just for the sake of staying up late.
Thank you, my dear friend, for having spent with me around a hundred hours in a place we called home for four nights, and for having put up with my selfishness. I pray that you will become The Best Doctor in time to come, even if you do not pursue your medical degree in Hong Kong.
Congratulations to us two: we graduated.
... room. Decent size, but wait…..A REAL BED!!! After sleeping on the floor with 5 couch cushions and 1 pillow the last 3 nights, it’s a major UPGRADE. Better enjoy while we can!
5pm is boat emergency drill. It took 45 min to get 2,000 passengers all on board and ready for the drill. The crew seems disorganized, at least time-wise. Curtis’ parents, AiAi and I waited for 30 min w/o seeing the majority of the passengers on deck. And the ...
... only 2 wings, instead of 4 wings in dragonfly) on the same rock the whole 1 1/2 hour we were in the river. Must really love that rock!
The elderly man shampooed, bathed, ate his lunch, then setting up his stick made fishing rod for fish. Looks like a pro to us.
The trail ends at 五間屋 (five cabins), previously ends at 三間屋 (3 cabins). There are 5 households ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsUnited Hotel Taipei
• Located very close to the metro station and Taipei 101.
• Rooms are moderately large, with large bathroom and clean interior
• Breakfast has a wide range of selection
• Helpful and professional concierge
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.