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... a great authentic meal was such a challenge..it was easier finding a Ladyboy burlesque show then a good pad thai or pad see ew! Don’t get me wrong, when I was able to find a spot it was heaven but you would think the motherland of fried noodles, curries, and peanut chicken skewers wouldn’t require so much work. I guess they are too concerned nowadays with perfecting beef stroganoff for all the Russian sunbathers!:) By the way, ...
... and spacious (unless its when the horde is on the move). They number every exit at a station, and have great maps of the local area, to make it incredibly easy to rendezvous with people and figure out where you need to go. And they even have an MRT etiquette group that politely informs people about proper behaviour in terms of line ups, giving seats to elderly/pregnant/disabled, texting not calling, etc. I felt very comfortable using the system within a day or so, and feel ...
... 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.
At the morning we take train to HUALIAN,at HUALIAN we visit TAROKO GORGE SCENIC AREA & ZHANGCHUN ANCESTRAL SHRINE. Continue to ...
... there were school kids practicing a whole performance with music, parachutes, dancing, and clapping. The couldn't have been more than 3 or 4 years old and they had memorized a long routine. They were so cute! Moving on, we made our way to the Maokong Gondola.
The gondola took us up and over several small mountains and then landed us on one mountainside in a small little village. We then hiked up to the top of the ...
After stuffing ourselves we went to the Chang Kai Shek Memorial which is a memorial built for one of the former Taiwanese leaders. It was HUGE and very breathtaking. There is a huge statue of Chang Kai Shek in the monument and it's guarded by two guards that we thought were also statues, but they just stand on pedestals really still guarding the actual statue.
You know it's been a fun day when you sleep the whole way home!