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... out in the sticks, all the amenities you need are in the town. Plus the town has a huge temple called Dun Ho, which has an impressive gold statue on top and is well worth checking out.
The hostel I stayed in was very nice and the owner very helpful with tips about where to visit in the town and how to get to Sun Moon Lake. The hostel had its own pet cats which I thought was awesome because I love cats! However, some people might not ...
... which serve amazing Taiwanese food, so the mix of new and old makes Taichung a really interesting city to wonder around!
The first day I was in the city I visited the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. Now, I'm not really an art person but I saw some of the sculptures in the gardens around the museum and they looked awesome! So I decided to give it a go. Currently the museum has the National Art Exhibition running until the 24th August 2014. The exhibition is ...
... but another person told us later most people practice Buddhism, so I am still not sure. For cultural differences he told us the police are nicer, and when you get pulled over you can fight with them about your ticket and they expect you to do that haha, but for speeding they have a lot of cameras at stoplights and then tickets just get sent in the mail, so you can't argue those. The people are so nice and families are extremely close, grandparents also have a ...
... us to the Night Market. These markets are all over Taichung, but we went to the biggest one, and it is literally every night. The market was like a huge flea market and state fair combined. There was so many stands of food, with everything from fried squid to stinky tofu. There was also a bunch of indoor stores and vendors who were also outside on the street. For food I tried squishy sweet-potato fries, a whole huge shrimp that I had to crack to eat, egg cake, ...
... bus to a "department store" or huge mall, with 15 floors. There was also a famous singer outside and a huge mob wanting him to sign things. That night we ate at a little restaurant where each table had its own table-top grill. We grilled lamb, beef, corn-on-the-cob, green peppers, and mushrooms. I also tried red tea - not as good as my favorite - green tea! That night we checked out a fruit stand, some local grocery stores, and we also got ...