Ay Chung Flour Rice Noodle, Fisherman's Wharf, Tamsui Old Street, KFC
The next day started with rain and actually it rained almost any other day. We brought the rain! Then again nothing can stop us from going out. With the cold and a hot cup of oyster noodle is just a perfect combi.
We moved to Midtown Richardson which located just across the Ximending night market which tells me that everytime we go out and reach back, there is a night market to stop by. Gosh.
It was free and easy so we decided to take the train for that farthest we can and hitch a bus ride to the Fisherman's Wharf and to the Lovers Bridge.
It was so funny, the wind was so strong that our umbrella flipped. With the strong wind and cold, we had to use whatever we can to shelter ourselves and cross over that bloody bridge. Haa.
Stopped by their local mart and got ourselves hot taiwan sausage and sweet potatoe.
Tamsui station was the last stop where we took a bus ride, so once we head back to town we decided to explore around. Sadly because of the rain, many stalls were closed.
Met this aunty who was so friendly, I think shes the friendliest unfamiliar Taiwanese we ever known. Since the weather was so cold, she offered us so much of ginger tea with all sorts of flavour. It was so good we bought quite a few bags from this women.
She was so genuinely helpful, she even took our heavy shopping bags and kept inside her stall. She said you come back and take, now you have a cup of hot tea and go walk around.
She didn't look took fishy so we said Ok. When we came back, she quickly made a few more cup of hot tea as the weather was really cold.
Got back to Ximending and hey it's supper, let's try their KFC. Thought it would be great to have a familiar taste but hey their KFC tasted really flat. No spices nothing, and their ketchup is not as tasty as ours either.
But interesting to know that they have egg tart and load of fries that comes in their set.