Headed to Taipei on business or just for a little getaway to East Asia's undiscovered island gem? Stay in a private room in our lovely wood-accented two-story condo in the middle of Sanhe Night Market! Located a 5-minute walk from the nearest MRT station, our home is just a stone's throw from Taipei City and easily accessible if you'll be coming in from either of Taipei's airports.
- No unregistered guests are permitted inside the residence at any time without express permission from a host. Registered guests assume full responsibility for the actions and conduct of their approved unregistered guests. (未經屋主允許,攜帶未登記入住的客人。已登記入住的客人則需為攜帶的房客負起全責。)
- Guests are not permitted to consume or possess illegal narcotic substances (per the relevant laws of the Republic of China) anywhere inside the residence. (攜帶或吸食任何違法台灣法律的毒品或非法物質。)
- Guests are not permitted to drink alcohol anywhere inside the residence (including the guest room, rooftop, and stairwell) without the express permission of a host. (未經屋主允許,在屋內以下地點飲酒:客房、屋頂、樓梯間。)
- Smoking is limited to the rooftop smoking area. (您不允許擅自攜帶其他人入住。)
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Aidan is a writer, social and political progressive, bleeding-heart liberal, unapologetic tree-hugger, nascent world-traveler, former junior high Student Council presidential candidate, occasional hipster, sometime rabble-rouser, recovering cynic, frequent potty-mouth, disaffected country boy, sarcasm and dad-joke aficionado, aspiring coffee and beer connoisseur, and flagrant dreamer—but not in that order—as well as a 2012 graduate of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma. In his free time, he enjoys reading, writing, thrift shopping, and admiring the aesthetics of his boyfriend's posterior. He takes his brews strong, his cocktails only when he has no other choice, and his flannel plaid. There are only two things he truly detests in life: people who are arrogant in their ignorance and dark chocolate… and wearing socks in bed. Okay, so, three things.
He was catechized as “Aidan”—for St. Aidan of Lindisfarne—on July 22, 2012, at Holy Apostles Orthodox Christian Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. What that action signifies to him is still a matter of substantial internal debate, but he currently identifies as an agnostic atheist and considers it highly unlikely that any of the known human conceptions of God or divinity are remotely accurate. In February of 2013, he moved to Daegu, South Korea, where he lived for two years as a teacher of English as a second language, a profession he plans to pursue for at least the foreseeable future. Since late March of 2015, he’s lived in Taiwan, first in Douliu City, then in Taipei, and now in Sanchong District of New Taipei City with his best friend and roommate, Emmanuel; his boyfriend, Marc; and two cats, Xiao Fei and Subaru. He hopes to spend his life doing what he can to show the world that America is, in fact, not full of ignorant, culturally-superior, gun-toting, Bible-barfing, self-infatuated fools but that those are just the ones we put on television—or occasionally elect to political office. Ultimately, he just wants to move to the Pacific Northwest, build himself a house out of mud, grow his food in a picturesque little garden, and open a quirky coffee shop/pub that’s really obscure and that you’ve probably never heard of. Finally, because he knows you’re wondering, yes, he did write this himself in the third person while he was slightly tipsy. Deal with it.