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... packed, smelly and vibrant. The alley pushes and twists through the heart of the village, the shops pushing into the street and overflowing with stalls and food. We found some local street food to try, with varying success. One dish, which apparently is a Taiwanese delicacy, sounds wonderful. It is a dish of crushed ice with a choice of toppings and sauce... Sounds great? The toppings I recognised were red beans, sweet potato, rice, cabbage, ...
... range at this museum is truly outstanding. Even within a single category, such as ceramics, pieces range over multiple dynasties, and even back to Neolithic times—which means thousands of years.
We are on Level 3 which contains bronzes, weapons and ritual vessels, and Ming and Qing dynasty carvings. There is also the stunning jade collection, covering weapons, teapots, jewelry, ritual objects and the jade cabbage. ...
... they were good! The night ended on a slightly sour note however. Alexandra lost her clutch, which happened to have her passport in it (for people not from the US, it's a big thing to lose your passport if you're from the USA, they make a big deal out of it) so this changed the whole scenario very quickly. Luckily, a girl earlier on had been taken home in a taxi earlier on in a "not so good" state, and people were pretty sure that Alexandra's clutch had been given over to the ...
... tranquil. I was seated next to a retired Chinese Australian couple from Melbourne who were pleasant company for four hours.
Landing at Taipei took a while because of congestion so we were stuck in a holding pattern as tight and thrilling as a merry-go-round. After a seven-mile hike from the gate to immigration and waiting at the slowest baggage claim in the world I emerged into Country No. 5 I have been in, and the first that drives on the right. Boarding the airport bus on the ...
Chi-Jene picked me up at the airport. I was just allowed to drop my rucksack at the hostel and we were off to the night market to try weird food. So we started with pork belly soup accompanied by a Taiwanese hamburger, then we had tofu and vegetable and for dessert sweet congee (type of rice porridge). The old women at the congee stand randomly knew I am French.... Apparently I just look French.
The next day, Chi-Jene took me for breakfast (some sort of dough ...