It’s been my nth time to visit Taipei, Taiwan. But this trip is kinda new since this is my first visit after getting into this blogging thing, so I guess I am seeing things from a bloggers perspective.
Just to share some little discoveries I had for the day:
- Sunday is a very very busy day at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 2. The ground attendants told me that since there are many flights departing on a sunday, hence the chaos.
- The mobile police cars in Taipei are BMW’s and Mercedes’ (or maybe those stationed in the highway from the airport to the city). Yup! I guess these two brands are not that of a luxury here (compared to PH).
- The people in Taipei are very disciplined. Take this example, in the fastfood where I had dinner (see details below), they put their wrappers, left-overs, cups in the trash bin and they clean their tables after eating in the fastfood. Yup, no need for the fastfood attendant to bus the table for the next client.
And this fastfood store is the one that saved my day.
I don’t know if I can blog regularly for the week, but I’ll try my best 🙂
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