After wandering around Taichung for a bit, Sabrina and I found a street barbecue stand and ordered more food than we could eat. Nope, these weren’t refrigerated. Nope, we didn’t get sick.
Josie took Sabrina and me to the Taichung Jade Market, an indoor market full of jewelry and randomness. We spent a lot of money here.
We stopped at one stall to buy some tea, and the vendor prepared samples the old fashioned way.
We got back from Taichung, and we were famished. Luckily, down the street from the house was a small stand selling Peking duck. We spent around $7 and still had leftovers. It was delicious.
Uranus Game Center.
We’re scooting along and Sabrina yells, “HOE!” I was super confused until she finally pointed out the license plate in front of us.
Speaking of scooters – Sabrina’s a natural!
Sabrina: “Drive down the middle again so I can get a picture!” In the US, that would be suicide. In Taiwan, it’s totally normal.
One rainy day, we scooted to my old haunt, the Tea House. We had boring food and fantastic drinks.
That would be a watermelon juice and a mint green tea. I finished both… barely.