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The Last Suppers Hong Kong Style

As mentioned a couple of blog posts prior, the imminent departure from HK led to a flurry of must-eat activity. The re-visits, the ‘last times’ and the ‘oh shit, we haven’t visited there’s quickly mounted up into an overwhelming list of expense and belt-popping. 1,474 more words


Seoul: Peacing out at Din Tai Fung

Departure day sucks. I’m fat, I’m tired, I’m broke, I typically have a cold at that point, and I have at least 16 hours of being physically uncomfortable while also dealing with the public ahead of me. 888 more words


Day 4 27Nov, BabyBoss and Yongkang Street

Still in Taipei, this day is the day for the children. We visited BabyBoss (職業體驗任意城) at Level 7, Living Mall (京華城). We took a cab there from our hotel and it costs us about TWD180. 432 more words

Taiwan 2014

My first 24 hours in Taipei

ended up being my only time to check out Taipei.

The original plan was I had a full 48 hours to explore Taipei but that got changed when I saw a brochure of Taroko Gorge National Park. 684 more words


in your free time

It should be a requirement to go to Din Tai Fung while in Shanghai. The Taiwan-born restaurant chain is great no matter where you go, but it’s especially delicious in Shanghai. 195 more words

Dec 3 - Dumplings

It’s our last day of our tour in Taiwan and I have just eaten the most delicious dumplings ever. The restaurant is called Din Tai Fung and it’s located at the basement of the Taipei 101 building. 63 more words

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