Somehow I thought an Italian Restaurant in Taipei would be less Italian. How was the food? Why the pillow?
What's the everyday food like?
Shoes off in the lab. Homes too, like the Japanese?
love to both of you.
Well, it's sort of a Chinese version of Italian- I had linguine with smoked duck and mushrooms and a sauce that I don't think my grandmother would recognize.. Tasted great, though.
And no clue about the pillow, as with many other things I have no clue about, just going with it. The shoes were removed only for that computer lab, for some reason they are particularly worried about dust. And as we are being hosted, we aren't really getting much everyday food...people eat way more vegetables and fruit though... noodles and rice are the main carbs that I've noticed, and plenty of fish along with the meat. Eggs for breakfast, not so much.
Pamela Monk (Bunny)Goes to Taipei to teach (Listens to the Music) and does other things as well.