On our second day in Taiwan, we decided to explore the city! Are you guys ready? Read on!
View from Alain’s place. <3
Our first stop was breakfast, of course! We got to try Cama Cafe somewhere in GuangZhou St. (I blogged about it HERE)
On the way to Taipei 101, we decided to stop by Warner Village.
We tried Ireland Potato – it was awesomeeeee….just talking about it makes me crave for it again so…moving on..
The lovely family who made all of this possible. <3
I wanted to try those black burgers, but we decided to eat in Taipei 101 instead.
Taiwan is also known for beautiful biking lanes! Bikes are everywhere! You can rent these bikes using your MRT card and ride your way around the city. Something that I wish we could do in manila. (renting a bike)
Humans of Taipei.
Photo op with THE ONE AND ONLY Taipei 101!
Everytime I go out of the country, I make it a mission to try out another country’s version of McDonalds. Sadly this time, I failed Eating Taiwanese food was enough to make me forget about McDonalds for a full week. (Side note: when I arrived back in Manila though, the first thing I did? Mcdo delivery! Haha! #GuiltyPleasure)
Inside Taipei 101. Impressive structure huh?
I don’t even want to go inside Louis Vuitton they might think I’m a robber or a lost teenager, so photo op outside nalang. But what a beautiful entrance, am I right?
Mama Gem matches/terno Bvlgari.
This is our lunch~ the food in Taipei is cheap and superb. *thumbsup (I don’t know why I ate katsu tho LOL)
Taipei 101 food court.
Photo “bummer” !
I want this chair….
We tried Chen San Ding – this is Alain’s favorite milk tea and after tasting it… now I know why…
I devoured every bit of it on the way to Daan Park.
It was cold and locals were exercising. Isn’t it awesome to exercise in a cold place? (Random thought) Daan park is pretty big. You could do a lot of random stuff around there.
I feel like, anywhere you go, you can see Taipei 101! That’s how tall it is – so expect a lot of different photos of it in this series.
After Daan Park, Josh, Alain, and I decided to go on our own and head over to another popular night market, Xi-men ding. We got a little lost around the MRT station so what was the best way to deal with it? Fool around.
Good thing the MRT over there is easy to understand. Also riding it was a breeze! We got to Xi-mending safely. Whew~
A lot of leather bags around Taipei’s night markets – I should’ve bought one. Pfft.
Hot star again! XD
I love this one! It’s like tikoy with condensed milk! And this grilled meat too!
Random things you can see around.
Another must-try is Ay Chung Flour-Rice Noodle or we know it as misua.
There’s a long queue but it was okay because the staff was BLAZING fast. Taiwanese people are always in a rush. HAHA JK. Perfect for the cold weather! People just stand outside and eat.The facility is a little messy but… the staff serving it looks fresh. LOLWUT.
Now.. this… is… my favorite! Oh boy, I ate a lot, I forgot to take a picture of everything! HAHA!
We tried duck, sausage, kiwi juice, shrimp, and a lot of stuff that I don’t recognize. lol (forgive me) Know more about it HERE. It’s a must try!
It was a great way to end our tiring second day!