Taipei, Taiwan (November 2017)

My second time in this Asian-city favorite was mostly a routine run to the places I went to the first time. The locals were warm and helpful, as usual, and we were happy to have communicated with them mostly in fuk-yuen, a dialect our family members speak to each other with.

Chang Kai Shek Memorial

 

Ximending

 

Yehliu GeoPark

Tonghua Night Market, Raohe Night Market, Ximending Food Hop

 

Huashan 1914 Creative Park

 

Hop-on, hop-off bus tour

 

Taipei 101

Taipei Botanical Garden

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