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August 10th, 2014. 5:20PM. Taipei, Taiwan.
Light refracts through the prisms
of a trillion strangers' eyes.
Someone disappears into
thick air. Someone’s feet
the yellow earth. The
still. The sea: apathetic
When you wonder if you are the first
... the heat anymore (even with AC breaks in some of the buildings).
Our next stop was to Ximen station. There is a market just outside the station and we walked around. It was still quite hot outside so we went to eat iced desserts. The place was pretty packed, but the dessert was quite nice. It was the perfect afternoon snack for a blistering hot day!
We walked around some more and were shown a ...
... on the agenda of 'things-to-do" was to get my SIM card for Taiwan. I went across the street, but the store was all sold out. They referred me to down the street but the next store was also sold out T.T. Luckily, there were two other telecom stores next door that had SIM cards available. I opted for a cheap $10 USD unlimited data plan for 5 days. This way I won’t have any trouble getting lost or finding cool new places to check out while on the move!
... much smaller that Taipei, and is renowned for having a "slower more relaxed" atmosphere. So with myself being a country boy, and Alexandra used to the slower more spaced out city of Charlotte, we decided upon Tainan as it seemed a easier step than into one of the bigger cities of Taiwan. So we finished training, elated in the knowledge that we were going to where we wanted to go, and also looking forward to hearing from our headteacher later on that evening (once you find out ...
... very nice. One taxi driver was so excited to talk to us, he kept saying "How are you? How are you?" Over and over again. It was cute. Unlike India, they don't stop us and initiate a long chat, or ask to take their pictures with us. They just smile and say ...