Not because that gentleman forgot to move in front, but so that other pedestrians don't have a problem when they are coming through.
Would this ever take place in India? #PPinTaiwan
Their food habits are different. Their lunch time is between 12 and 2pm, and their dinner time is between 5 and 8pm. Restaurants close at 10pm in Taipei and at 9:30pm in Kaohsiung #PPinTaiwan
We had tea to our heart's content during this trip. #PPinTaiwan
Was it just us, or is that truly the case, we don’t know. #PPinTaiwan
thurumbilum iruppar”, which translates to being truly omnipresent in English is usually a reference to Ganapathi temples (we find them everywhere, don’t we). The classic example of that in Taiwan is the 7 Eleven store #PPinTaiwan
The next best competitor for that title was Confucius. His temples are everywhere. This one is from #Kaohsiung, on the Lotus Pond.
The situation is even worse if you are taking the local bus. They require exact change. On one of our trips, the journey required NT$24 and we had only NT$10 coins. The bus driver wasn’t ready… #PPinTaiwan
There’s no milk in Taiwan. Only milk powder. #PPinTaiwan