Royal Biz Taipei
Travel Blogs from Taipei
... Everyone else’s eyeballs
still rolling around in the sockets
lazy, still contemplating wallpaper. And
The first one in dreams, the first one
intoxicated. All those pixels around you
still pretending to be people. What you
want is to write them all down. Hold
them each still until you paint the ...
... the heat anymore (even with AC breaks in some of the buildings).
Our next stop was to Ximen station. There is a market just outside the station and we walked around. It was still quite hot outside so we went to eat iced desserts. The place was pretty packed, but the dessert was quite nice. It was the perfect afternoon snack for a blistering hot day!
We walked around some more and were shown a ...
... that morning. I know this is still only one of my first posts, but I've forgotten whether I've mentioned about Potstickers and Dumplings! So I'm going to tell you anyway. We found this awesome little food place on our walk back from the HESS building, that sold all different kinds of dumplings at $5NT a dumpling! (10p!) and then also Potstickers, which are pretty much dumplings, that are in a tube not a ball, and have been lightly fried aswell. This place was AMAZING. Lovely ...
... available. We plumped for fried squid and chicken, as Alexandra had seen they were shortlisted for some food award at some point. It was pretty good, the squid was lovely, the chips were really good, but the chicken didn't exactly match up to McDonalds nuggets, so it left something to be desired.
Otherwise you obviously get to go to the top of this famous building on scheduled rides in the guinness world records fastest elevator (it gets you to the top in ...
... located right next to the central railway station, has all-night food outlets, manky backpackers' hostels and an overpowering ambience of neglect and grime.)
Brickfields is also home to KL's disability community. Every block seems to have several therapeutic massage parlours operated by blind men and it's the only part of KLwhere I heard audible pedestrian signals. There are also deaf businesses, including a laundry where I got a load done for only 12 ringgit. My Auslan didn't come ...