I guess it’s time to update things here a bit, but I’m quite swamped with work at the moment. The site has been moved to a new host, so let’s hope there are no hiccups with that. Until next time, whenever that may be…
I won’t be removing anything from the blog with regards to Taiwan, but I’ll most likely move it to a more Taiwan specific category, since I no longer will be living here. So long and thanks for all the squid Taiwan.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted something here, although today I’ve updated the supermarket page, which seem to driving a fair amount of traffic to this here blog on a daily basis.
Although things didn’t work out as planned, for the last year (next week anyhow) I’ve been busy working at my current company and I’m really enjoying what I’m doing there. It’s very different from what I’ve done before, but it’s been a good challenge and I learn new things on almost a daily basis which is the type of job I enjoy doing.
As for this blog, it’s not going anywhere, but I don’t have much time to spend on it either, but I’ll try to at least keep the supermarket list up to date. I’ve also added a new entry, a local deli that sells some rather unique products for Taiwan.
Until next time…
Otherwise little else is new as I’m still doing the same old job, but I’m getting to the point where I’m close to be willing to do anything but what I’ve been doing for the past five years. The industry isn’t what it used to be and no-one seems to care about quality content any more, which is quite disappointing, but we got all the tech blogs to thank for that…
The main options includes a large selection of grilled meats off the barbecue – including home made boerewors – all of which is flavours by special marinades and spice mixes made by the owner. They also serve toasted pitas with various fillings ranging from meat to vegetarian options. All the meals come with a side salad and some also come with mieliepap which is a corn based dish somewhat similar to mashed potatoes in texture. They also offer a selection of drinks and apparently also dessert, something we’ve missed on our half dozen or so visits last year.
The Fu Bar is located right next to a large car park, a play ground and less than two minutes walk form the beach, which is in fact very good by Taiwanese standards. The Fu Bar is at the far end of the beach, so there’s no need to pay to access the beach. Just make sure you bring some suitable foot wear, as the sand gets very hot and the first time I burnt myself so badly I got blisters as I din’t bring any flip flops.
For more information we suggest you hit up the Fu Bar website
Update: The Fu Bar has changed owner and is now known as the Scubar. I have not visited since the new owners took over.