Good Morning Taiwan! It’s currently 10:30AM, the sun is shining and although my curtains are closed and a wall prevents the sun from directly hitting my window, my room feels warmer than usual today. For breakfast I ate six flaxseed buckwheat crackers and I drank two cups of tea, both brewed with the same tea bag. I made my bed, watched Sherlock and got ready for work. I have three lessons today, one two hour class and two classes which last for an hour and a half each.
Goodnight Taiwan! It’s currently 23:12PM; I had a good day at work. I went to the bakery for lunch; I bought a sandwich, margarine and a loaf of bread. The lady who works there gave me a free pizza slice, they’re so lovely. I have a number of things to do tonight before I go to bed but I would first like to discuss the quality of ‘European Breakfast Ham’, square cut, centimetre thick slices of flavourless, mottled red plastic. I ate all of it as I have an inherent inability to waste food. I even wondered if I was supposed to peel a layer of plastic off, the way one peels away the plastic from a ‘cheese slice’. Bizarre, I shall not be buying that again. I also read an article where the writer confuses the word emaciated with the word immaculate.