The view of Zhongxiao & Fuxing intersection, from Sogo.
We went to our first school Christmas show the other day, organized by the Bunny International Daycare. The kids were encouraged to wear whatever costumes they wanted, whether they were Christmas-related or not. It was total chaos, but fun! Here are some pics of the event, and a short little video at the end:
The cute video:
…and the weird video:
In case anyone wanted to see what the inside of Impact Hub Taipei looks like! Also featuring the Gogoro battery-swap station… I didn’t know this was going to happen today, but kudos to the videographer, because we did it after only one trial run.
Today, we randomly took Bus 41 up to Taipei Children’s Amusement Park! It was on a whim, so we didn’t realize that the bus ride would take over an hour (future note: taking the MRT would probably be faster). At any rate, the amusement park itself was both smaller and better than expected! (These two attributes were not necessarily related.)
There’s lots to do for young kids here. While the playground and sandbox seemed very popular (and free), S. loved watching the remote-controlled mini boats in the small pond. However, it was clear that his absolute favourite was driving a motorized mini-car around a small track.
We actually arrived in the late afternoon, and discovered that the Park is free after 4 PM, until closing at 8 PM (entrance is normally NT$30, which you can pay by EasyCard). In fact, all the rides could be paid for by EasyCard, and were generally NT$30 each (though the motorized car was $80). All in all, it was pretty convenient and not too crowded–a good visit in my books…
Taipei Children’s Amusement Park 臺北市兒童新樂園
No. 55, Section 5, Chengde Rd, Shilin District, Taipei City, 111