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... ice cream store which is a converted eye hospital from the pre WWII Japanese era was only 2 blocks from the bus station. It is also a very upscale Japanese style gift shop. The ice cream was great.
We bought fried dumplings and a combination dinner with grilled chicken, a fried egg, vegetables and rice for our late evening train ride to Hualien.
... flavored dehydrated mushrooms which was unexpectedly good to bring home. Dinner was take out local food.
We were the only people at breakfast the next morning. We decided to head to Taichung in the evening as we need to go around the island to get to our next location. For the day in Shueishe, we bought a boat ride across the lake. We started going to a temple celebrating the ...
... I decided it would help my now annoying knee cope better. Dinner - our shout - to a dumpling restaurant of Lulu's recommendation. Owned by a school mate of hers from years ago. On our Asian travels we have learned that past classmates remain important in their lives. Lots of tasty food chosen by Lulu, Terri and Ming.
Day 4 to Taipei (Taoyuan - Taipei airport) and a 5-star hotel. The plan is to meet Yvonne who has invited us to her Grandmother's funeral. The taxi got lost ...
... for us was not received so they would not seat us - the service there was awful, the waitress' attitude was like that of a mainland Chinese restaurant. I would have turned around and left - no good food was worth that kind of aggravation. But Lucy called the travel agent and they seated us. The food was fine, tasty. We were done by 7 and our driver brought us back to the hotel.
Tomorrow we'll leave at 9am. Last pack and go before the final one in Taipei for going home!!
... an exhibit of the old wood manufacturing site. There were Japanese wooden houses, etc. Today there was a spring plum festival there - vendors were selling various plum food. We walked around the place for a bit.
Next stop was at a small town where our tour agent suggested that we had lunch at a restaurant that made fruit based dishes. It took our driver some time to find that place. We went in. Lucy looked at the menu and decided that we would not have a ...