Finally I got it done. Today I went and bought a Taiwanese laptop computer. And where to buy such a thing here, you think?
Of course at Taipeis electronics paradise, Guanghua Digital New Plaza.
Inside it's full of stores like this: With logos, laptops and lights everywhere.
Computers are only a part of what they're selling here. There's pretty much anything electronics related here, and if you cannot find it inside, you will find it outside in the area around the plaza where all the shops are related to electronics up to severeal kilometers away.
If you don't know already, my pictures are a lot higher resolution than they're resised to here in the blog, so you can always right click on them and choose "view image" or something like that in order to see the full version of an image.
See, all sorts of strange devices and advertisement banners everywhere too.
Carrying the loot. In the background is the main entrance(s) and the mascot.
Lots of people moving around during this time. This is just about 6pm so probably a lot of people are going home from work or going out to eat or have fun in the city.
As you can see, around this area, only electronics and their accessories are sold.
When we got into the MRT station, we weren't even able to get into the first train. It was actually so stuffed, that a businessman who went into it last, almost got stuck in the door as it closed.
We wouldn't risk causing technical difficulties in the MRT during the most busiest hour of Taipei while also carrying around a big box of computer and a bunch of other stuf, so we waited for the next train which came just about a minute later, still with just as many people in. But we were first in the line so we were able to squeeze into it anywa. As you can see, damn many people there still.
Damn many people. Really hard to carry around a several kilo heavy laptop plus bag and misc. in such heavy traffic.
More hordes of azns.
Let me tell you about my epic lewt tomorrow. For now, may you have a good nights sleep. I know I will.