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Travel Blogs from Taipei
Two years in Taiwan and I finally made my way to Taipei. I was expecting an enlarged version of Kaohsiung. I found another world. It was completely different than where I live in Taiwan. Much more cosmopolitan. No roaving packs of wild dogs or creepy betel-nut chewing guys. Wide boulevards and the sidewalks, oh the sidewalks, I could rave for days …
We left New Orleans (after finding out our flight was canceled months ago). We had to fly to Atlanta so that we could get to Los Angela's on time. The Atlanta flight had crazy seat switchers and it was a bit of a circus. The flight from LA to Taipei, Taiwan was a long one and very warm. We are in Taipei waiting for our last flight of the day to Hanoi Vietnam. The airports here are very nice and mostly empty. We are all a little tired and ready to get our adventure ...
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The Great Wall
Everything with Green Tea
Seeing the Great Wall
Meeting the SD Governor
Having a dance party with the Taiwanese CMU students
... see the coast. It was incredible! And there was not sand beaches to go on, instead rocks were everywhere and if you watched closely some of them move, but they were just small crabs. After walking around a while some of us decided to get a foot massage. It was the most painful massage of my life, but afterwards it felt great! We took the subway back and for our last meal we ate at another hot pot restaurant where you ...
... purchases food and drink can be eaten. Wifi is provided too.
Anyway, lets focus on the important details, the food:-
With the package goods not appealing to my senses, I went straight for the PYO style section. Here various foods on sticks are cooked in a plain(or spicy) soup like broth. You simply take what you want , spoon some broth into your bowl, and enjoy. Based on my hosts recommendation I went for duck ...