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... 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 ...
... your taste buds. The most interesting thing is that you may chance to see the unique scene of trains running right throughthe old street.You may experience lighting sky lantern.I did!! Last stop of my second day,we stop at LUODONG NIGHT MARKET at YILAN.
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... crying babies, seat-kickers, or those who assume that they paid for my leg space as well as their own.
The one mildly eventful part of the trip was when, perhaps 5 hours into the flight, one of the flight attendants made an announcement over the intercom asking for a medical professional to come to a particular part of the plane. It wasn't our section, though I think I saw someone walk purposefully away from the lavs and ...
... 8217;s, some overpriced meals or the cost of going where we wanted to go to see what we wanted to see. The next day we were due to start our temporary, substitute teaching jobs and the one week break had been wonderfully refreshing.
Saturday, July 24th, 2010
Donna, Cathy and I took a very crowded train from Taoyuan to Keelung (Jilong), where we caught a bus driven by a surly, miserable ******* to the ...