A good place for a cheap meal but not English.
A good spot to grab some tea, though it's a chain so maybe see if there's one closer to you.
Brown Sugar Milk Tea at a place with a dragon logo is a great way to end a busy day.
Deep fried taro balls, scallion pancakes and milk tea made me quite happy when exploring this night market.
Decided to kill some time at an underground bookstore, ended up going home with books and postcards and fangirling over some printing presses and type.
Of course my favorite part of the museum was for kids.
The hotel I stayed at had a really fun aesthetic.
Spent my Chuseok holiday in Taipei, mostly eating.
As I mentioned in my last post the majority of the food we ate while in Taiwan was street food, or at local restaurants with almost no English. This was something we wouldn't have been able to do easily without our friends who took the time to order everything we ate for us, suggesting their [...]
While in Taiwan the majority of the food we ate was street food, or at traditional restaurants where our friends dealt with ordering food for us. On our final night in Taiwan we decided we wanted to sit down somewhere and not worry. We ended up picking Chamonix, a fancy teppanyaki/French inspired restaurant with set menus. [...]