21.6.10

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公共汽車-ɡōnɡ ɡònɡ qì chē


Here's the bus. The bus driver likes to tell funny stories, most of which we can't understand - even if they are in "Engrish." When we don't understand, it's still fun to listen to him and Grandpa Chen shout at each other in Taiwanese.

The seats are incredibly comfortable.





摩托車-mó tuō chē


People will talk about the scooters in Taiwan. They're like mosquitoes buzzing between buses and taxis. It's the best when they flock to the front of the lanes in their "scooter box."

Sometimes, they'll even tailgate you - when you're walking... on the sidewalk.





水果-shuí ɡuǒ

Something must be said about the fruit.

Now that I've had mango here, "mango" in America seems like fibrous bleb. Puny fibrous bleb. The mangoes here are ginormous! That makes the watermelon ginormous-er. We were gifted half of a watermelon, and it was as big as my torso. was.

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