We took a train(NT80 each) from Taipei Main Station to Ruifang. I bought biandang (packed food boxes, NT60 each) to eat on the train. Each packet of rice has a braised egg, pork chop & vegetables.
We took a public bus (NT20 each) in front of Ruifang train station.
Occasionally there would be a car, small truck or motorcycle passing through it, sending everyone to scurry to the sides. The street is so narrow that we were pressed to the walls.
There were many stalls selling Taiwanese snacks. We bought and ate so much food as we stroll leisurely through the street. The kids found a shop selling magic tricks. They tried some of the products and bought some magic tricks.
We stopped by a restaurant to have tea. It was very popular with tourists because it was on the highest point, overlooking the town of Jiufen. The kids ordered milk shakes while I ordered chocolate & peanut butter toasts.
We took the train (NT52 each) back to Taipei Main station.
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