That morning Debbie got up before me and introduced herself to Bill. For breakfast, Bill made her a grilled cheese while I opted for the maple oatmeal that Debbie brought with her from the US.
A quick and dirty note about how to export flashcards from Anki and import them in Pleco. I’m assuming some familiarity with both Anki and Pleco.
Yeah, I know. I’m late to the party. The Palm Pre was launched while I was on vacation. I had no time to react until now. Here are my impressions about the Pre.
[Editorial note: This has been edited to about half the size it was originally. Eeek!]
The morning of the 31st, Debbie’s back was hurting more than the night before. We decided that it would be better for her to see a doctor rather than chance it. After breakfast, I called Hsiu-Lan to tell her that we would not be going to Dharma Drum that day. She offered to bring Debbie’s luggage to Dharma Drum. Debbie and I would stay in town so that Debbie would be able to see a doctor.
[This is one post of a series which recaps the travels of Debbie and I in Taiwan.]
Since September I had been looking forward to the day Debbie would be joining me in Taiwan. When I left for Taiwan, we had in mind that she would come visit during my nine-month stay. We thought her visit would both alleviate the pain of living apart for so long and take advantage of the fact that I was already going to be in Taiwan for other reasons anyway, so we might as well plan for a vacation together in Taiwan rather than France.
The past two weeks have been interesting. Debbie and I have traveled all around the island of Taiwan. I was just not interested to keep posting to my blog as we were traveling. I find that the funky twittering and Web 2.0 instant posting fad detracts from really living in the moment. At the end of each day, I kept notes so that I would not forget what happened during our trip. These notes will form the basis of future posts on this blog about our adventures around Taiwan.
For now, you can check out a map of our travels I created with Google maps. It is not finished but is usable.
Stay tuned for future updates. (NB: posts about our travel will be posted in the same categories as this post.)