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akikaki1 wrote:Looking for close (5-10 min walk), around 400$ a month with a roommate, furnished with air conditioning. No rats.
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I will be at MTC this summer as well!
I was recommended that I stay at the international house of Taipei too.
I'm not sure what I'm going to do yet. It wouldn't be too bad, but public transportation a little annoying.
But I'm only in Taiwan for 2 months so I can't rent an apartment. Only if I could find someone to sublet one out.
let us know what you decide. I'm interested
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I'd say try it for a couple of days. Or do as generally suggested: stay at a hotel near Guting, look up for a shared room -meaning you share bathroom but have your own room- or a place in a apartment with other foreigners/students. For a three month stay, if you will be devoted to your studies 24/7, then IH is OK. Otherwise, the taxi cab up that hill has an overcharge.
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