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1. Vietnam- Without question, high above the others, first place goes to Vietnam. Vietnam is not a benchmark nor does it set the standard, it reigns supremacy!! I had little expectations of it’s goodness prior to my visit as I am generally drawn to foods that are known for their spice and richness. But the subtleties found in everything I ate transformed my palate and revolutionized my thinking on food all together. Vietnam ...
... Greater Taipei has 7 million people in a mass of urban sprawl.
As a consequence, Taiwanese are used to crowds - its simply part of their existence. Somewhat ironically, then, they don't try to find space or isolation during weekends, evenings, or other time off, but rather have a herd or pack mentality, where they are more comfortable surrounded by others than on their own. This is what it looks like to me as an outsider, but is also how it was explained to me ...
... shopping at CHENGHUANG TEMPLE NIGHT MARKET.
Return to Taipei,visit to MARTYR'S SHRINE to observe the guards changing procession ceremony. Continue to 101 TOWER,continue to DANSHUI OLD STREET.Thereafter, proceed to the most famous night market in Taiwan,The SHILIN NIGHT MARKET.
Flight back home.
Thanks to Angel Tours Penang for those great memory and enjoyable tour.
... onto it. This kept us amused for a while and a young couple next to us who I could hear laughing along. We're such entertainers what can I say! The evening came around a lot quicker than we realised and it was time to meet Charlotte for the night market. After a mini mare meeting up, that once again reconfirmed the amazingly kind, helpful nature of the Taiwanese we finally met Charlotte outside the metro. Charlotte is one of my sisters best-friends currently studying in Taipei. ...
... pineapple filling. I then needed real food but something cheap. I noticed in 7-11 they had what looked like korean odeng (fish sticks in broth) which were 10 TWD each (.33 cents), so I had a couple with the broth. Then I was already quite tired from the days journey to taipei so needed to rest for my next full day in taiwan. ...