Flying back from Kaohsiung to Narita on EVA Air.
Old poster in a back street alley in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Last evening in Kaoshiung, Taiwan: enjoying local beverages – Taiwan Beer !
The Liuhe Night Market is the “tourist” night market of Kaohsiung. The highlight of the market is seafood: there are many stands selling, crab, shrimp, octopus, and squid. Some stands are actually restaurants and you can pick the fresh seafood you want and walk to the back and sit at a table to eat. Sitting […]
Taiwanese delicacy in Kaohsiung: snake soup, snake meat and grilled snake skin. Was actually good! Didn’t notice any of the supposed effects though (read, in the pants area). Two possible explanations: I am naturally very “healthy” or my condition is beyond help ;-)
Ruifeng Night Market or Rueifong Night Market, is the largest night market in Kaohsiung & Pingtung. Even though it isn’t quite as famous as the Liouhe Night Market (more on that later), it is certainly a popular night market that has been favored by the locals for over 20 years. Just like every other Taiwan […]
Xiahai Chenghuan Temple (霞海城隍廟) near the conference center in Kaohsiung. A bit spooky, loved it! I’m quite sure I’m the only delegate who paid the temple a visit :)
Stroll around the Hotel in Kaohsiung at night. A bit of history: Kaohsiung is Taiwan’s second largest city and its largest port. Although the ranking has declined steadily over the last few years, Kaohsiung is still the world’s sixth largest cargo-container seaport. The city has high concentrations of heavy industry, including steel production, shipbuilding, and […]
The perfect name for a 3GPP meeting location.