Well we are back in Taipei. We will add the final installment to our London Days travelog a little later. We are still catching up on our sleep and assignments. We just saw a great photo set on the New York Times called A Weekend in Taipei. The article says:
"Taipei is as modern a city as any in Asia, but traditional night markets still thrive in many neighborhoods. The biggest ones resemble beachside boardwalks, with cheek-by-jowl crowds, fun-fair games, knickknack stores selling everything from chopsticks to DVD's and Taiwanese snack food. Called xiao chi's, or small eats, these include fried chicken and oyster omelets. Here diners eat at a crowded counter in the night market in the Shilin neighborhood."
(Original Article: A Weekend in Taipei)
Paul and Queenie