Sunday, December 12, 2010

Day 2 in Taiwan

The next day, we had breakfast in the university. The cafe was understaffed. We waited for almost an hour for our sandwiches. -_-"

Vincent's (Simon's cousin) friends in Taipei then brought us around. They brought us to Ding Tai Feng in Sogo for lunch. We had to trouble his Taiwanese friends to drive 2 cars to show us around since there were 6 of us.

After lunch, they brough us to Yang Ming Shan National Park. It is one of the eight national parks in Taiwan.

The National Park is famous for its cherry blossoms, hot springs, sulfur deposits, fumaroles, venomous snakes and hiking trails.

Many in Taipei dress up their pet dogs...

Later, we went over to Xiao You Keng to look at sulphur spring.

Some even boil eggs at the sulfur spring.

It is a scenic and relaxing place.

At night, we had dinner at High Wharf where we stayed for the next two nights. The food is quite alright but Simon wasn't used to most of the food in Taiwan at all. LOL.

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