Recently I’ve began to notice a lot of trendy sandwhich shops springing up around Taipei the city I live in. I admit I try my best to avoid all of these shops, mainly for two reasons: the first is that they usually suck and are overpriced, the second is that they don’t stick around long.
Pizza is something that seems to connect people from all walks of life, no matter the language, culture, religion, or creed. That is one of the reasons that makes it my favorite food. Since I love and eat pizza so much, I have been to a lot of pizza places. Today I want to share with all of my readers my favorite pizza place in Taipei, and all of Taiwan.
Gusto Pizza is run by a friend of mine named Bilal. Bilal comes from the UK, and he knows what pizza should be.
Japan has so many amazing preserved and peaceful shrines dotted throughout the country, even in the big cities you will always be able to find a peaceful place to walk and relax in a nearby shrine.
This particular shrine I’m sharing is from my favorite area in Japan that is the Mt. Fuji Five Lakes, this shrine is called Kawaguchiko Asama. It is in very close proximity to Mt.Fuji, which gives it an especially relaxing, peaceful and beautiful atmosphere.
For mid autumn festival we decided to go see the lanterns at Pingxi and Shifen, but before that we wanted to go to the Shifen waterfalls. We had never been to the waterfalls, and my wife’s sister was visiting us for the first time in Taiwan, so there was no better time to take this trip.
Yesterday my family and I were around the Taipei 101 area, and while walking around aimlessly we stumbled upon a shop that look very much familiar to me. This shop looked like they transported the Miyazaki Studio Ghibli Museum to Taipei.