One of the things we enjoy doing in Taipei is to walk around in the local neighbourhood and look for local food. Egg pancakes are one of our favourites.
One on of the days, we took Maokong Cable Car for a short visit to Maokong and then went to the zoo next to the cable car station.
Tofu with crab roe
Tea infused drunken chicken
Ice-cream pancake with peanuts and coconuts.
On our last day, we went to Songshan Cultural and Creative Park 松山文創園區. We spent the whole day there and wasn’t quite enough. There are a lot to explore, experience and eat.
Very nice coffee originating from Taiwan Alisan.
We managed to booked the glass making workshop for the kids on the same day. It was great fun!
After Stonehenge, we went back to London and stayed at Hotel Megaro again. The next day we had a delicious and hearty breakfast at The Riding House Cafe near Oxford Circus, thanks to recommendation by a dear friend from Malaysia who happened to be visiting London at the time.
We then spent the afternoon at Warner Bros. Studio Tour – the Making of Harry Potter. It was well worth the trip. We spent over 3 hours there without knowing. So cool to see all the real props and sets from the movies. We appreciate the movies even more now that we know how much effort and time were invested into making them. It was truly amazing. My favorite part of the tour was the Hogwarts castle model, impressive craftsmanship.
On our final day, last but not least, the British Museum. We spent the morning there, a bit rush but managed to check out most of the major artefacts. For the rest of the afternoon, it was just easy shopping around Oxford Circus and Carnaby Street, and later wandered into Kingly Court and had a satisfying wrap up dinner at Wright Brothers.