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My time in Taiwan has come to an end and for a souvenir I have treated myself to a larger waistline. It’s a bitter sweet departure because on one hand I won’t be eating delicious soup dumplings anymore but on the other hand not having to eat a packet of tums after each meal will be quite pleasing for the belly.
Seeing that my trip to Taiwan was centered around food and knowing that the rest of my journey ...
... expert now! Truly loved it!
On the day I left Canada, Shane (Erika's ex, Aubrey's dad) put me in touch with one of his best friends (an old university roommate), Anthony Van Dyck. I'm really glad he did. Originally from Waterloo, Anthony has lived in Taiwan for over 20 years. In addition to his work for a Japanese company, he's a VP of the local Canadian Chamber of Commerce (their last Canada Day party hosted 8,000 people!), is fluent in Mandarin, married to ...
... SHOPPONG CENTER. Thereafter proceed to KAISYUAN NIGHT MARKET for shopping too.
After check out, we proceed to NANTOU,to SUN MOON LAKE SCENIC AREA.Then visit to KING GARDEN,the Taiwan first theme of president of the Republic of China,appearance of buildings is the European Style Castle into Fairy Tale.and shopping ay FONG IA NIGHT MARKET in TAICHUNG.
At TAICHUNG,we visit ...
... What does that mean? If it's not that, they will just be ridiculously frilly to the point it looks like a strippers outfit with burn-your-eyes bright colours as if someone has photoshopped the top and whacked 'saturation' up to 100%. However, if you persevere and stay patient, you can find some real good'uns that are so damn hard not to buy. If only I had unlimited money, unlimited space in my backpack and unlimited weight allowance on flights then I'd be there every night, believe ...
... ils peuvent me refuser l'entrée dans le pays. Donc, je commence à faire marche arrière, en me disant "vaut mieux pas mentir, si c'est pour me retrouver coincée au Vietnam sans pouvoir passer l'immigration". Je lui explique donc que je vais voyager pendant plusieurs mois dans toute l'Asie, que c'est pour ça que je n'ai qu'un aller simple, car je ne sais pas encore exactement à quelle date je traverserai vers le Cambodge, et que quand j'ai fait faire mon ...