Recently I’ve begun to notice a lot of trendy sandwich shops springing up around Taipei the city I live in. I admit I try my best to avoid all of these shops, mainly for two reasons: the first is that they usually suck and are overpriced, the second is that they don’t stick around long.
I’ve been rock climbing for about 6 months consistent and on and off due to simple irritating injuries, and throughout that time I have been to a number of climbing gyms. I really enjoy T-up’s climbing gym, it is quite new, only being open for about half a year now. The gyms decor is simple, clean and just works, they have thought about the little things that make your routine or day out to the climbing gym that much better.
Pizza is something that seems to connect people from all walks of life, no matter the language, culture, religion, or creed. That is one of the reasons that makes it my favorite food. Since I love and eat pizza so much, I have been to a lot of pizza places. Today I want to share with all of my readers my favorite pizza place in Taipei, and all of Taiwan.
Gusto Pizza is run by a friend of mine named Bilal. Bilal comes from the UK, and he knows what pizza should be.
I recently signed my son up for rock climbing classes, because he has been begging me to be more like spiderman. So eventually I gave in for two reasons, one reason is for him, and another reason was because the price was great. Each class is only around 200 NT or 6 US dollars per hour. Compared to other types of children’s classes such as Kungfu or gymnastics which are around 500 NT or 15 USD per hour.
What I did this month
I have been absent from the internet in the form of blogging, the reason is short and simple I’ve been writing my thesis proposal. I just finished my thesis proposal and turned it in, now I have to wait a couple of weeks to defend it in an oral defense.