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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we could get some food (thank goodness for dim sum) and then once we'd tried and failed again to visit the Taipei 101 (they close it in a thunderstorm) it was time to head back to Hong Kong.
Overall, Taipei was lovely. Everywhere seemed so much more spacious than Hong Kong, although a tad on the deserted side. People were helpful and friendly, and attractions were interesting. It just might have been a bit better if we'd been able to work out what there actually was to do!
... until we get home to taste it I think!
The coach dropped us back off in the town of Keelong where the ship was and we ventured into the town for about an hour until the heat became too much. Returning to the ship at about 2:30pm our time, the first port of call was the swimming pool to cool down. Bliss!
Our evening was spent in Crooners bar as barfly's trying some more of the awesome cocktails and Martinis they have on ...
After leaving Korea in a mess - minus a laptop, brand new phone and hard drive with all my digital memories - left in a taxi - I made it to Taipei. I'd be lying if I said I was sad to leave Korea.
Taipei is a dreamland of food, jungle, smiles and fun. We've climbed tree lined tracks, ridden John's bike all through the city, floated over jungles in gondolas, drunk kiwi ...
... out. There are about 30 students here (15 from the US and 15 from Taiwan). The conference is supposed to be about developing cross-cultural relationships, learning about Taiwan, and discussing international issues as the world's "future international leaders" (not sure about that last part). We're achieving some of those goals, and the student leaders have an impressive list of guest speakers (including the woman who is very likely to be the next president of Taiwan), but I'm ...
... with everything whether you like it or not, even NT$20 bottles of water, which clog one's pockets. I always ended up putting my garbage in my day pack and chucking it out at the hostel.
But there's no such thing as heaven on earth. Surely Taiwan has to have some dirty little secret that I didn't discover? Perhaps workplace rights are sub-standard or there are antediluvian attitides to women and singles. Perhaps people with disabilities are locked up in ...