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... visiting countries that aren’t known for their cuisine, I thought it is the perfect time to breakdown (play-by-play) my top 5 eating destinations and places where you are just better off bringing a sack lunch. Not surprisingly, this is a regular topic that is brought up in conversation with Vi and I along with every traveler we meet. It’s an endless debate that is constantly changing/evolving on which asian country holds the title ...
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Our next stop was at a local scotch distillery. It was free to enter and tour around and at the end guests are allowed to take part of a taste testing. The store had lots of different sizes and packages of scotches. If I were heading straight home from Taiwan, I would have definitely gotten something from the store as a gift.
We drove back into ...
Itinerary: Flying to Taiwan
We kind of skipped quite a few hours between the 8th and 9th due to time change. The China Air flight itself was great. The plane was less then 1/3 full. I wonder if it's always like this from Oahu. Makes me want to do it again despite the overall long traveling time. We had two 4-seat rows to ourselves and sat near the front of the cabin. . If only this was a night flight so the kids ...