Many countries have traditions of local markets, indeed. But I don’t think there are many countries that celebrate local life like the markets in Taiwan. They are a large part of life here, and there are many different markets. Typical markets, though, are the morning markets which sell staple items: food, clothes, etc. and are typically open in… Read More »
Life in Toronto Fancy taking a trip to Toronto? There’s lots of great things to see and do in the cultural capital of modern Canada, and it’s a great place to live, too! Check out Life in Toronto, a website for visitors, expats and locals, too, which intends to help you get the most out of living, working… Read More »
We didn’t manage to take any photographs of our burgers, but today we went to a restaurant with over 80 kinds of hand made burgers, including a few very original creations. Served with delicious fries, salad and a drink, the prices are VERY reasonable. Less than US$10 for a full burger meal set. Forkers.tw can be found… Read More »
Taiwan High Speed Rail Christine is sitting on the Taiwan High Speed Rail eagerly clutching her ticket, as we await departure from Taipei on the 11:00 express to Kaohsiung. It only stops a couple of times, and we arrive in Kaohsiung Zuoying Station on time in only 1 hour 36 minutes. Inside the train the coaches are wide, fairly comfortable… Read More »
Seen yesterday in Carrefour, Tienmou.