Wulai Pause Landis Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... regularly! The boys couldn't get out of there fast enough!! It was actually pretty funny! After going to the temple I stopped at a tea farm and enjoyed a wonderful cup of tea and the company of the owners 14 year old daughter. I think her mother insisted she sit with me to practice speaking English! She was very sweet and gave me some tea flavored jelly to try which she says is her favourite... But not mine! She even ran after me once I left to say ...
... could enjoy the view with me. It was nice to be able to share an experience with someone I love, although it would of been better in person! They have a post office at the top and you could mail a letter or postcard (they sell lots, almost anything here). I decided to buy a couple of postcards and mailed one to my parents and one to each of the boys (they are the only addresses I know)!! If anyone else would like a postcard, just email me or send me a private message ...
... just not in the microphone! It was also really cool to hear so Chinese pop music that is popular in Taiwan, just wish I understood the lyrics! Vanessa was kind enough to tell me what a few of the songs were about when she was not singing! It was really fun, I met some really nice people and even got invited out bowling with Chatty and her friends! I am looking forward to getting out and doing things with others!
I hope you enjoy the ...
It's been over 15 months since my last trip abroad. I scheduled this trip long time ago even though Oz (Australia) does not appeal to me particularly. I've been to Sidney, Canberra, Brisbane 15 years ago, and was not impressive. But it's been a while since I last visited an English-speaking country. So just give it another try.
I arrived at the airport around 3 a.m., the flight was 6 a.m. But the counter didn't open until 4.
I noticed self-check-in when the line was ...
My day started with a stroll in the garden in the back of the housing complex. People were growing all kinds of fruits and vegetables there. I took a picture of a mango tree because I had never seen one before. This land is actually owned by the government, but throughout the years, the residents had laid claim to the property by dividing the spaces with recycled materials they found wherever. Unfortunately, my aunt and uncle ...