Tag Archives: taiwan

Most [delicious] food you ate in Taiwan?

Taiwan has a lot of kinds of foods, soft, hard, salty, sweet, creepy, cute… and much more. Today it’s time to share all the delicious food that I ate from Taiwan. Here is a list of the most [….] thing I ate in Taiwan: Cold Chewy Creepy Crispy Cute Delicious  Meh Soft Sweet Stinky Memorable Delicious […]
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Taiwanese Beef noodle day

Simple beef noodle We ate two beef noodles on the same day. In the morning we stumbled upon a simple eatery in Hualien. I wanted to eat there, because it smelled so good. The chef had won some prices I think, because he had some news articles about him on the window. We had a […]
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Tips for Taiwan – Good to know

Lazy Bear and I are now a few days in Hualien, Taiwan. Here are a few things that I noticed: Hostels provide slippers when entering the building. It keeps the inside clean. Hostels are of good quality. Our hostel (Bayhouse Hostel) is very clean, has good facilities, bunkbeds with curtains and a helpfull host. Most […]
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Taiwan day 1-2: Hualien

Our first stop in Taiwan is Hualien. A city in the East next to the Philippine Sea. Close to Hualien is Toroko National Park, one of the prettiest national parks of Taiwan. Also the reason we came to Hualien. But today we checked out the city. Our hostel host recommended a-zone, an old industrial area […]
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Taiwan food trip 2018

We are going to Taiwan for a holiday. Join me on this food and travel trip! I will try to blog daily. Sharing all the delicious food and sights of Taiwan.  Taiwan has a lot of delicious food. Have a look: Pre-fun or pre-stress I just finished packing and cooked everything from the fridge. It’s […]
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Food trends: bubble tea

Have you ever had bubble tea? That milk tea refreshment with weird bubbles inside? It looks like this: It tastes very sweet and the black balls are tapioca balls, which are chewy gummy things. Even though it looks strange, I recommend it! The original bubble tea is Earl Grey tea with milk and tapioca balls. But […]
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