Sweetme Hotspring Resort
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... on our own to jump into the bizarre world of Chinese food. 80% of the food is entirely alien to me; no english here and very few hints as to what, where and how to eat it. On first glance, most of it seems very similar to what I would recognise as savoury Chinese cuisine, lots of noodles, stir-fry and curry, but most is served cold or as an addition to soup. There is a stretch of western breakfast, but none is as you would expect. There is a ...
... less than 1/2 mile. The ship seemed to be feeling its way along until we reached the Keelung Harbor where the captain was able to skillfully park us alongside a large dock. The ship is tied up as we finish our breakfast. around 8 AM The view from the breakfast window shows us a port that is in much poorer condition than what we saw in Japan, The closest building, for example, has a corrugated tin roof that is quite rusty, Other buildings ...
... our "best outfits", so I rocked up in the suit, with Alexandra modelling a lovely little number aswell. We had a pretty slow morning, going over policy and other issues like that. Then we had to sign our contracts! All went smoothly. Then we got to go up to the twelfth floor, where it was all laid out nicely with nibbles and a bar with free drinks whilst we got to meet our Head NST's, we actually met our Area Manager as we are the only two NST's (oh by the way, NST means ...
... that we'd call in at the parliament, the Legislative Yuan, so we could see a BigTIFF. (Only those who work with computer image formats will get that joke.) But alas, it was not to be.
We paid our respects at the Martyr's Shrine, the national war memorial, and then toured the National Palace Museum. We Australians think that a building or an artifact from the 1850s is especially old. Ha! Come here and see three thousand year old wine urns, cauldrons, daggers and platters, all ...
... 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 est tellement plus haut que tout le reste paraît dérisoire. C'est peut-être mieux durant la journée quand on peut voir les montagnes alentour (mais je ne vais sûrement pas remonter pour vérifier, c'est relativement cher).