Me and my honey in taiwan- outside of the MRT- our subway/train system that we use to get everywhere. We have a card that we can scan each time we ride, which is much easier than dealing with change each time.
A typical taiwanese street- 1 million scooters! Everyone in the city drives a scooter, practically. Sometimes we drive by a small wreck where someone has fallen off, but we haven't seen anything serious yet.
My friends- we had the most awesome girls in our training group! From the left, Vanessa (Canadian), Beth (American), Lynn (British), Katie (American), me, Ingrid (South African), and Jenna (American)
Brian stealing some of my food w/ his chopsticks- we haven't seen forks for quite while. I must say, we are really getting the hang of chopsticks. The wooden ones are best, vs plastic where the food just slips right off.
Our bathroom- and yes... there is a toilet, sink, AND shower in there. Lets just say it's a bit cramped... but still work just fine!
The view outside of our patio door- it is so beautiful. During the typhoon this weekend, the wind blew so hard over the mountains and rattled our doors and windows like crazy. Brian went climbing in the mountains early yesterday morning and found a Buddhist temple.
Brian outside of our favorite "50" restaurant- we can each eat for $1.50- and the food is pretty good. You choose 5 things, and there's lots of fish, chicken, and vegetables to choose from.