In House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Multilingual staff
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... issues with bathrooms, and it's been getting worse every time. The first hotel we stayed at in Causeway Bay (HK) had a separate bathroom, but the door didn't quite shut and the mirrors on the ceiling outside in the corridor and inside meant that everything was nicely reflected back to anyone sitting on the bed and looking up. In Macau, we experienced a bathroom which had windows instead of walls, but luckily a handy electronic blind. In Bangkok, they'd given up completely and ...
... and there was no shouting or screaming.
Taipei's streets were very very busy but again, unlike Busan, rules were followed and order maintained. Mopeds were the main mode of transport and this seems to be a theme throughout the places we have visited so far. In Taipei, when the green man shows it IS safe to cross. Even the motorbikes stops which was quite a novel experience for us.
After visiting the temple, we were taken ...
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 ...
... melancholy that prevail everywhere in this building. I always need someone to accompany me to the airport, even if I know I am meeting my travel mates at the airport—I am especially melodramatic about going to the airport for some reason. My friend, who accompanied me to the airport, advised me to drop my bags at the check-in counter first. It would make no significant difference even if I waited for my other friend, who was accompanying me ...
... at Din Tai Fung. The dumpling restaurant chain had started off in Taiwan but I don’t think this was the original restaurant. We had tried the one in Sydney but did not think much of the food there. This one wasn’t too bad and there were enough people on each table to be able to sample the different dumplings. Owen had organised for Joseph a non-seafood dinner. After dinner, back to the hotel and to the usual nightly ritual of laundry and writing this blog. ...