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August 10th, 2014. 5:20PM. Taipei, Taiwan.
Light refracts through the prisms
of a trillion strangers' eyes.
Someone disappears into
thick air. Someone’s feet
the yellow earth. The
still. The sea: apathetic
When you wonder if you are the first
... MRT to go home. Marianne helped me stop by a beauty shop for me to get some things for Sharon and I ended up buying a lot of stuff for her (lots of freebies were included!). The lady at the store probably thought I was dumb since I didn't know anything about any of the products or the differences between them. Luckily Marianne was there to help explain things to me in detail.
-- Ryan L.
... exactly the best with heights, but I somehow managed to force myself to go up to the top with Alexandra to "admire" the view! To be fair, it was pretty spectacular. We obviously got there quite late in the evening (after all the queuing it took to get our tickets aswell) so we saw Taipei lit up! A fair sight. As you enter the top floor you get a little phone which corresponds to "stations" at different view points, where a narrator would tell you what you were actually looking at ...
... Mo's Burger". Luckily for us they even had an English menu! The foods very similar to what you'd usually expect from a fast food joint, and they cater to all tastes (beefburgers, chicken burgers, nuggets etc), but the simple main difference was, it was a LOT better than other fast food places! Reasonable prices and much better quality of food gave it a thumbs up from me!
That concludes another day in Taipei. Tomorrow training starts so I won't be posting as often. Wish me lucK! ...
... saw, even cuter than Kuala Lumpur's Kelana Jaya subway line - a narrow gauge (I think 600 mm) petrol powered train with open carriages, each large enough for two rows of seats, each row wide enough for two Asian people (or one fat Westerner with his backside hanging outside the carriage like me).
Back down the hill I satisfied my hunger with street snacks, traditional fare of the Ayatal first nation - deep fried candied sweet potato, various fried snacks made from millet, ...