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... tea with nice glutinous balls in, although I couldn't finish even half of it) and went for a wander. Shilin has a lot of food stalls, both novelty and serious. I had expected it to be full of tat, similar to the markets in Bangkok, but without the tourism it turned out to mainly be actual shops. Mostly clothes, shoes, bags and electrical goods, people were seriously out shopping at midnight, winding through streets flanked by ornate temples where people sat and ate their late ...
... until we get home to taste it I think!
The coach dropped us back off in the town of Keelong where the ship was and we ventured into the town for about an hour until the heat became too much. Returning to the ship at about 2:30pm our time, the first port of call was the swimming pool to cool down. Bliss!
Our evening was spent in Crooners bar as barfly's trying some more of the awesome cocktails and Martinis they have on ...
... grape cocktails, roved night markets, eaten pigs blood, duck blood and tofu that smells like ass but tastes like a dream and every tropical fruit under the sun. Rice rolls, plum juice, volcano eggs in chilli sauce, nougat, beef and cilantro soups, cheese omelettes, BBQd corn - Taipei has everything and I am loving every minute of it.
Three days later - leaving ...
... to our ‘home’ in Taipei to meet Michael Chen (our landlord) as we have had a few issues with the apartment (lack of security, not being able to get wifi access, termites flying about, cramped accommodation). Michael very graciously attended to all the issues with a smile.
(7) Yu-Yen and Yu-Fong then left us to our own devices by 8pm. Mum, Monica, Shae and I went to the Shilin Night Market ourselves. There were heaps of shops and stalls. We found ...
... definitely worth the visit, and is about three times more expensive than any of the other places we've been to (but at NT 160, hardly an issue). Agreeing with the others on a meeting place and time, we headed off and quickly got separated from the rest of the group, though we routinely bumped into various people we know (namely Geordie) as we perused the exhibits. A large portion of the museum was set up to showcase the art and tastes of one of ...