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... There's barely a coffee shop. But there are lots of places to buy socks, smart phone covers and various snacks. I can just imagine the talk after a long day swotting over the books... A: Let's go and buy some deep-fried tofu and wander around the streets while we eat it. B: Nah, let's go shopping. I think it's about time I got a new phone cover. You can however buy alcohol from the ...
... in mainland China you have to pay as a student to use the uni running track!? No, that's a uni in Victoria. Eventually it was time for more food. The streets are packed now that it's evening. Every second shop front is somewhere to eat. But much of it is the same. Food is quite similar (on the face of it) and that includes the insides of these eateries. Yeah, 'eatery'. Sounds like **** but 'restaurant' gives the ...
... between that and English or even some sort of pinyin. On the bus. Still as sombre as ever ever. The streets certainly don't look very inviting. It took me ages to find my hotel. It didn't help that when I was really close I couldn't even get across the road. When I got across the road in a different spot I had to take an underpass near the railway station and when I surfaced somewhere I of course had no idea anymore in ...
... it was 90% OFF!!!! I suddenly wish I could spend more time in Taichung lol
We took a cab to the airport and it was real early -- the airport was small with literally no one in it D: Customs were fast and we arrived at the boarding gates 1.5 hours before. So we spent most of our money and time on buying souvenirs for our family and friends. Hmm... probably shouldn't arrive at the airport that early next time.
So that's pretty much my trip to Cingjing | Taichung ...
... waterfall. It was fun applying your geography knowledge learned in high school to these special geological changes though.
Then we went to Feeling 18c for chocolates. I thought we were able to see the process of making chocolate, but it was just a store for this brand D: We spent money again, as usual. It was followed by a geography park, Puli's paper factory, wine factory etc...
It was great being able to ...