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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and I can handle this job. Looking forward to my first payday (around February 5th). Otherwise I have proceeded as usual, a bit of karaoke, a bit of gym, a few dinners, seeing friends. Really liking the free Ubike to get around short distances. I have quickly adapted to the new work schedule of starting in the afternoon and finishing in the evening. It is still very busy and active when I finish work at 9pm, and ...
Taiwan gave me a very different vibe in comparison to what I had expected; presumably because I based my view of Taiwan solely on her media (such as drama and music videos). I was hoping to see a relatively modern, stylish and vibrant city, just like Hong Kong. Yet when I got there, the city was far from imagination; the most similar region that I can compare Taiwan to is probably Shenzhen: worn, inactive ...
... to buy K a knitted hat but at 10 bucks, I couldn't do it, despite its cuteness. There are lots of cute electronic dodads, USB plugs for cell phones, even iPhones. Nothing too inventive.
Oh the strangest food was this one called "Fried milk". It looked like bits of curd, (or cheese) on a stick waiting to be deep fried.
Lastly, they had a Chinese New Year stall, which had a whole bunch of cutesy red ...
... baladé dans le quartier Huashan et on s'est posé dans un café.
Le soir on a rejoint des potes de Chi-Jene pour dîner au pied du Taipei 101. C'est le plus haut gratte-ciel de Taiwan et le 3ème plus haut du monde! Pour monter au 89ème étage il faut prendre l'ascenseur le plus rapide du monde. Il va à 1 010 m/min (environ 60 km/h), autant dire que mes oreilles ont moyennement apprécié. De là-haut Taipei à l'air complètement plat. On ...
... James, at the 228 Peace Park. It had two of the original steam engines from bygone days. From there, we moved onto the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial. Huge and certainly well done compared with the one for Ho Chi Minh and Mao Tse Tung. At least there were no wax figures. The changing of the guards was fairly short at 10 minutes and a little repetitive, certainly not as entertaining at the changing of the guards at the India/Pakistan border.
From there, ...