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Goodbye For Now, Taipei

LAST AND NOT LEAST...

The Taiwan posts have finally come to an end... that is a relief for many?  LOL...
Just a short trip, five days 4 nights trip is more than enough for me.  Want to go again?  Yes, I surely would love to, with my kids, I have much to benefit.  LOL.. All I have to do is just follow... Follow them wherever they may go.... as long as they have me!  LOL...

A short roundup on the food trip...
Chunks of beef from the night market... 
I don't drink Bubble tea here in Malaysia..
However, I drank plenty in Taiwan... 
I don't like cheesy stuff but ended up eating quite a lot of this too!
Another Bubble Tea effect... 
Oh, I am sharing this again here... miss this!
One more angle before I continue on... LOL.. 
Pancakes for our breakfast... roadside... 
Taipei 101 where the fireworks starts.. 
And lastly and not least... at the airport... 
Bye Taipei!


Comments

  1. One thing I liked about Taiwan...a long time ago, they all could speak Hokkien, one Chinese dialect I am good at. Dunno if it is still the same today...or is it like Sibu, mostly Mandarin now? Hokkien is dead, Foochow dying too. Sad.

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  2. Agree with stp, i like taiwan as they speak hokkien, my dialect

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  3. You did a lot of makaning and minuming in Taiwan. LOL!

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  4. 5 days 4 nights is just nice. I like to eat the spring onion pancake. Nice photos! What a happy feeling to see all of you so happy in the photos!

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  5. So does the bubble milk tea over there tastes better? :D

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    1. The bubbles are definitely softer than those over here... easier to digest, I suppose?

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