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... had a good look and I managed to pick up some tights with cat faces on the knees which are super popular.
The next day, we took our vouchers to go get breakfast at the nearby Dante coffee shop (some kind of chain). The "Western" food was as usual pretty interesting; I couldn't stomach anything called 'vegetarian squarish danish' (a vegetable sandwich which was neither squarish nor a danish) and settled on a simple piece of thick milk toast. Alex branched out for the ...
... br> Taipei was awesome, we thoroughly enjoyed our day and were both really glad that we decided to book a tour rather than do things on our own. We ported in Keelong which is a large town just an hour outside of Taipei. Our tour coach drove us that hour to the city and we stopped at several landmarks on our way to a cool handicraft market.
The first thing we saw was the second highest inhabitable building/skyscraper in the world. ...
... grape cocktails, roved night markets, eaten pigs blood, duck blood and tofu that smells like ass but tastes like a dream and every tropical fruit under the sun. Rice rolls, plum juice, volcano eggs in chilli sauce, nougat, beef and cilantro soups, cheese omelettes, BBQd corn - Taipei has everything and I am loving every minute of it.
Three days later - leaving ...
27th - 28th March
We woke up pretty early on the 27th to make the most our day trip to Ruifang.
We caught the train from Songshan station. By the time we got our Starbucks and 7Eleven snacks we went to purchase our ticket. We must of just missed the train because we had to wait over an hour before the next came along. Good job Aline is easy to talk to.
The journey only took 20 minutes until we arrived at Ruifang station. From here we caught a bus to the ...
... Given my weakened condition, I decided to spend most of the day in bed. The strategy was successful, and I escaped the ordeal with only minor nausea.
Joyce's sea legs are far more worthy than mine, and she suffered no ill effects other than being tossed about in bed every time the ship went sideways.
It was a fitting introduction to Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. At each port since DaNang, the weather has gotten progressively colder. And now ...