It’s been more than two months since my last post about my life in Taiwan…
Actually, I am not really busy (?) but creating a blog post is not my important priority. So, I postponed writing my experience here. But I tried to post my activity photos in Facebook as soon as possible, to inform my family and my friends that I am safe, happy, and alive.. haha 😀
So, what did I do in the past two months?
In December and early January, there were lab meetings, homework, reports, and final exams. I passed most of the exams successfully, but there is one horror subject which I barely passed it.. It’s ok lah~
In between those hectic academic activities, I had some fun experiences, alhamdulillaah 🙂 One of them is just a simple activity, but for me, it was so fun, hahaha :p It was exploring Daan Park.
I went there alone since my purpose of going this park is to study in a different environment and sometimes I like being alone. Actually, I often pass this park since my free Chinese class is near this park. But I hadn’t enough time to explore it.
Even though Taipei is a capital city, it has a lot of green spaces. As far as I know, Daan Park is the biggest park in Taipei. It is located in the centre of Taipei (as I see in Taipei map).
I went there in Tuesday, January 7th. I have to say that Taipei has geje (unstable) weather. It was winter, yet the sun was shining brightly and people took of their jackets since it was hot. Some trees had blooming flowers like in spring season, but the other trees had no leaves like in autumn.
In my opinion, Taipei is very old-people-friendly. You can see old people almost everywhere, even in the peak of a mountain or in canteen of my campus. The iron bars in the picture above is a tool for walking practice for old people.
I met many cute children here…
Taking a dog for a walk is a common thing to do here.
Daan park has many interesting spots.
And as far as I know, Daan Park MRT Station is the most beautiful MRT station in Taipei 😀