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Well.. The typhoon just turned out to be some rain and wind.. I guess the locals know best.. No big deal! I had the day off work for a typhoon day.. Kinda like a snow day but rain instead of snow! I spent the day hanging out with my roommate.. We went to the grocery store then did some facial masks and watched a movie after ...
... the diversity of the place. One day we ate a kind of wild mushroom-type, greenish, see-through, wobbly vegetable called “Angel Tears” that only grows in a certain part of souther Taiwan and can't be found anywhere else in the world. Exciting! The taste was fantastic and I enjoyed the combination of this vegetable with a lot of exotic seafood. You love seafood? Then go to Taiwan!
My time in Taiwan flew by really quickly and ...
Start from HCM on VietjetAir at 15:05'. Arrived at Taoyuan airport, terminal 1. 20:00' was at Taoyaun airport. Immigrated and gone out to take shurttle bus from Airport to Taoyuan High Speed train. A nice train with the speed of over 200km/h, arived at Taipei Main Station at 23:00'. Then, with nd$272, and 3 hours from Taipei Main Station to Hualien. Will arrive at 3:00 ...
... it to say, our vacation away was once again a new and unique place to experience yet another corner of the globe before we hopped skipped and jumped back across the pond for more farming adventures. We made it back to Japan without a hitch, smiled at the immigration officers and laughed with them about our "long visit" and boarded the train for Gifu, looking forward to a month on the farm again before meeting up with family and friends in Kyoto.
Rachel met Albert Li (Civil Engr professor) at a Fulbright function. Albert is a UCSD grad and his wife had a Fulbright, and he's just an all-around nice guy, so he offered to help orient Rachel's clueless parents to Taipei. What a gift! Albert took us to lunch at Taipei's best (Michelin-starred) dim sum restaurant, and introduced us to Sainey Badjie, an engineering grad student from Gambia. Sainey graciously spent his afternoon showing ...