The eagle has landed, I report, the eagle has landed. We are here. Let the amazing adventure begin.
|Feung Nakorn Balcony, home sweet home.|
|The Taipei airport is probably one of the best airports I've ever been too|
On the way home from China Town, we found a inter-city canal to follow back, which was a nice break from the noisy streets. People's homes come directly of the canal so this is essentially their backyard. It was nice seeing people in their normal daily routines, people said hello (or at least I think that's what they were saying) and we smiled at each other when funny things happened. It was a nice change of pace from the street one block over.
|a beautiful shrine on the canal|
Things I Learned Today
- The Thai drive on the wrong side of the road like the Brits (aka according to D the wrong way)
- No logical traffic rules, if any at all apply here leading to complete chaos
- It is perfectly normal to have your cabby to have a dying rice rocket with a bungee cord holding the glued on spoiler and trunk closed
- There are also limited health codes...
- When you are on pedestrian streets you are either dodging, people, trash or motorcycles
- Most people do not wear helmets and if they do, it is not strapped
- You can eat dinner from street vendors for about a $1.50 a person