Today was a pretty hot day.
Or maybe it’s because I left at 12PM?
Anyways, because I wanted to avoid masses of people (It’s a Sunday), I decided not to go to any night markets or popular tourist spots.
So, I went to Sisinanchun.
Sisinanchun is a small little alleyway with a lot of history. History that I can’t write here because I didn’t read the placards in the mini-museum (I know, I suck, but I really am bad with history).
There’s supposed to be a flea market on weekends but for some reason it wasn’t there today.
It’s really near Taipei101. I really like this picture because it looks like a bit of traditional and modern mixed together, with the rooftops and the 101.
Then I made my way to the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial.
Just my luck, it was under renovation.
Still, on the bright side, I made it in time to watch the guard rotations.
Ahh…men in uniforms…
They did all these fancy gun twirlings and stuff but to be really honest I think the guard rotation in front of Kyeongbokgun palace in Korea is better (Korean pride YASSS).
Afterwards I did what any good Korean tourist would do and went to Carrefour.
I dunno it’s a vending machine that squeezes fresh orange juice how cool is that!
Today is the last day of resting for me, starting tomorrow I’m gonna get busy again!