Hawker centre's are fun to visit and incredibly busy. Check out the different foods I tried at a couple of different centres.
Exhausted and starving, having missed regular lunch hours we headed off to find Hiroshima style okonomiyaki in Hiroshima Station for lunch.
Small popular ramen shop in Daegu.
Every year on the main road of Itaewon there's a global village festival. Restaurants from throughout the neighborhood set up booths so you can walk down the street and try food from all over the world. There's performances, cultural events, a parade, and an insane amount of people, more so then even usual, in Itaewon. [...]
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 [...]
Sun Moon Lake is somewhat close to Taichung via bus or car. It can take several hours to get there. So we left early in the morning to get tickets to take a bus there, only to find out, since it was a holiday weekend a lot of other people had the same plan, which resulted [...]
Our only night in Chiang Mai wasn't particularly exciting. While our itinerary said we'd go see a show or experience more of the local culture the majority of our group (myself included) weren't feeling all that great. So instead we opted for dinner and to wander around the Ploen Ruedee night market before going back [...]