I'm not sure about the exact name for this type of train, perhaps someone could enlighten me, but since it's supposed to be half the size of a full sized train, I will call this 'mini-train' for now. You can catch a ride on one of these at the Sugar Factory in Hsin-Ying. It's NT$100 per ride, return. Do watch out if you happen to be on one on a bright and sunny day, which is more than common in Tainan, cuz you might get roasted. Blazing sun protection is highly recommended.
- Jun 29 Tue 2010 11:40
- Jun 28 Mon 2010 10:53
After surviving a month-long's work, I finally had a chance to take a trip and freshen up. This time, I came to Tainan and asked my friend to show me around. I had a deep desire to see places I had never seen before, eat things I'd never eaten before. And that pretty much sums it up. It had been a wonderful trip. Starting with a simple bowl of noodles.
- Jun 24 Thu 2010 10:02
- Jun 22 Tue 2010 13:29
This was 'the last supper' in Liverpool. We came to Nando's because it was also my friend's last night in town. It was his favourite restaurant, as we celebrated his birthday here as well. READ MORE. What he loved about Nandos was, obviously, the chicken. But for me, it was the sangria.
這就是我在利物浦"最後的晚餐"。會選擇Nando's，是因為這也是我麻吉的最後一晚。而這又是他最愛的餐廳。他生日當天我們也是來這裡慶祝的。［點閱舊文］。他當然是喜歡這裡的雞肉餐。不過我喜歡的是他們的水果調酒 - sangria。
- Jun 20 Sun 2010 22:13
Remember Easter, 2009? This was where I came to observe the Easter service. [Read More] The Anglican Cathedral is the largest Cathedral in the UK, and the fifth largest in the world. As I found out later during my final days in the UK, you simply can't go into a massive cathedral like this without climbing to its top and take a peek at the view from above. This is exactly what I did.
- Jun 11 Fri 2010 10:13
This was a day during my last days in Liverpool. Being a city by the Mersey River, it just didn't make sense to leave without getting a tour on the river itself. It was a great finale to my stay in Liverpool. I suggest that all visitors to Liverpool also find a chance to try it out. Find a nice day (I know it's difficult), hop on the ferry, and see the side of Liverpool that you can only see on a boat.
- Jun 09 Wed 2010 08:48
- Jun 05 Sat 2010 13:54
I haven't a clue why it's called 'Naked' Cafe. Everyone, including waiters, waitresses, and customers all seem to be fully dressed. I guess it's something I'll never understand. But that's not important, really. The point is, the food is pretty good. We had come here for a petite reunion with our fellow mates from Liverpool. It was actually a spur of the moment choice to come here, but it turned out to be a pleasant experience.
- Jun 03 Thu 2010 10:11
- Jun 01 Tue 2010 11:21
I had one extra week in Liverpool, after I got kicked out of my halls. This was where I spend my last week. It was quite an interesting experience. As I've heard from other visitors to the city, that the quality is quite satisfactory, and the price is affordable, too, I decided this was the place to end my days in Liverpool.