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Eating in Taipei

I went to Taiwan for a weekend. The purpose of the trip was enjoying the food and shopping, staying in Taipei for three days and two nights. It took 2 hours and 20 minutes from Fukuoka to Taiwan International Airport. It was a fast flight, I had just the time to watch “Yves Saint Laurent”, the movie, and we were landed. By the way, the movie was good, even if I didn’t understand it so much, because it was in English.
Bike traffic is impressive, and everybody drives so fast.
I ate a lot in Taipei and this street stall had the best bifun noodles.
IMG_1085 They use narrow and thick noodles together. It was good that the old ladies working in the stall could speak a bit of Japanese.

IMG_1086 IMG_1089 IMG_1088 For these three dishes I spent about 500 yen: everything is so cheap.
Japanese companies are expanding their business here, and it’s helpful to find almost all the Japanese convenience stores. Everybody is so kind with Japanese people. I think it’s hard to find a country where Japanese are treated so kindly.
I also visited Chifeng Street. I will upload some pictures soon.

I want to go back to Taipei very soon.