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Places of Sight Seeing At Taichung

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More walking to be done as we were taken from one place to another during the first day of our trip to Taiwan.  We can choose where we wanted to go, according to Andy, so that it would not be too tiring for us and secondly, we can go for the food which we like!  That is most important!  LOL...

At the end of the day, after all the walking at the night market and stuffing ourselves with food and more snacks, we were dropped at our hotel which is just right at the centre of another night market.  Well, Taiwan is famous for their street food and snacks..... that is not a problem for me, I love walking and eating especially in a cooling weather!  LOL...
Stopped at one of the famous scenic dams in Taichung.. 
Our lunch place... 
One lesson learn from our first day lunch... 
Must share... don't order one bowl for each... 
Perhaps we were too hungry then.. we wanted everything!
Chapel at the Tunghai University... 
Pictures here and there...
Our cute little hotel... Dazz Inn
Kids will love this place... 
And Our cute little hotel room for the night!



Comments

  1. Looks like a very fun trip. I like the serving size of the soup. LOL!

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  2. We have Days Inn; I wonder if it is the same? You all look so happy. And this chapel is unlike anything I have ever seen!

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  3. Lovely scenery. Do the soups taste something like our local soups? Nice chapel and I like that room you slept in!

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  4. Anything in clear soup, I like...provided no overdose of msg! That's a turn-off!

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  5. I like the first two photos, lovely scenery, ya food is the most important hee hee, is the hotel a kind of 民宿 what a cute theme

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  6. That chapel is a must visit so I have been there as well. Nice photos and cute hotel.

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  7. Wei. U travel sampai mana already eh.. so yummy food. Love the wantan

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  8. The hotel does look very adorable to say the least. :)

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  9. Would have been lovely if you are in Taiwan for the CNY instead.

    Aiya those portions are perfect for when you are traveling lah. Walk a lot, eat a lot, best....

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  10. Nice weather to explore. The chapel is unique in design.

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