Now apart from the nice scenery and the clean air... you can imagine that a fisherman village have the widest variety of fresh seafood.
I walked into this fishmarket that had tens of vendors all selling the same kind of seafood. The mission was to select the fresh seafood that you want to eat, buy it and then they'll have it cooked for you at a nearby restaurant.
That's seafood as fresh as it gets.
There were tons of live seafood there.
There were lobsters
Crab Some weird looking sea creatureShark Meat
Kotek-like sea animals that apparently taste like abalone
Oh and one very very depressed looking sotong.
Look at its facial expression... it almost felt as if it was talking to me and saying
So out of pity, I decided to help the sotong.
One minute it was like that in the picture above.
And in another minute it was... on my lunch plate...
Same goes for the lobster, crab, octopus
and the mandarin speaking fish that called me a "FAT FUK" the minute he layed his eyes on me.
I went back to Taipei with a very very full stomach and a point made very clear that anyone (or anything) who calls me fat will end up on my dinner table sooner or later.