Mornings should start with a run. So, on our last day in Taiwan, Mike, of all people went for a run around the Chen-Kai Shek Memorial Park (and up the stairs). He left through the Arch of the Liberty Square, ran up the street and found a McDonalds. With 500 NTD in his pocket, he had just enough to get some pancakes, some hash browns, egg Mc-muffins and get 10 NTD change. From there, he ran in the rain back to the apartment by Dogmen Station. Syrup, butter, and smiles for breakfast as everyone continued to cleanup, do last minute packing, and of course make one last run to the 7-11 to stock up on much needed treats that are hard to find in America. Wen-Ho arrived and helped everyone down the elevator to the waiting bus. Of interest, the bus was not our usual Jin-long bus, rather, it was a much nicer coach. Soon, we were all aboard and off into the rain and traffic toward the airport. We checked in our stuff and had cakes, drinks, and french fries with Wen-Ho. He was wearing his military academy hat, drinking in the last few minutes with his grandkids. Then it was time to go through security, dump out our water (again and again) and board our flight back to America.