missuglynose wrote:I thought it'd be good to pass along the favor, since I myself benefitted tremendously from other people's postings I'm staying at a friends'black&white56 wrote: Thanks for documenting your experience through your blog. It's so informative. May I know where you stayed in Taipei and Kaohsiung? Thanks.
It's a challenge, but not impossible. The train stations usually have signs in English. I'd recommend printing/writing (trace the words?) the names of the places you wanna go in both Chinese and English. It's easier to ask for directions that way...I think the younger adults/teens should understand basic EnglishCam_ wrote:thanks guys..
u think its difficult going around taiwan without speaking mando? I just got abit freaked out with ppl approaching me and offering to take me around taipei!!! seemed dodgy as Lol...
now I'm paranoid about the taxis too..
EDIT: I got my cast/stitches removed today! Updated my blog (http://www.missuglynose.blogspot.com) with before after pics! The nose still feels stiff and I kind of don't recognize myself in the mirror, but I'm happy with the nose. I wish I had trusted Dr. Hsu more instead of fretting as I did
Hii Missuglynose ! I visited your blog, and thanks ! I wanted to comment, and ask some questions, but since I have no account, I can't do it =x soo ...
Well, let me ask you there, if you mind just a few question =)
You put some interesting links, and I would like to know, about makemeheal , if you use any of their items ? If so, when times will allow you to, can you tell me if you find them efficient =) ?
Otherwise, you're lucky ! You talks chinese and you even have a friend where to stay. In my case, I just don't know yet lol .. well well .. hope I will find a good soluce .. Think it'll be hotels..