Having lived in Japan for several years, I was reassured to spot familiar convenience store and restaurant signs the minute I arrived in Taipei. Family Mart. Sushi Express. Royal Host. I’ll get around no problem, I told myself confidently. At this rate, I’ll be bustling about like a local!
Ahaha, oh past me, you’re funny.
In today’s post, I’d like to share with you the top moments where I was hit with a reminder of how differently Taiwan operates.
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As it’s summer and Japan is oppressively hot and humid, I decided to escape to another country for a week–Taiwan, which is even hotter. Makes sense, right?
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I feel almost bad to admit that, though I’ve been to Nagoya twice now, I have yet to hit up Nagoya Castle, the Tokugawa Museum, or most of the other “famous” places everyone expects you to go. However, I have found some great places to see in Aichi around Nagoya City. You may remember my post about the Totoro House; today, let’s take a look at Meiji Mura.
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