Three weeks in Taiwan are over. Like GONE! FINISH! SAMAAPT! And only two days back, I discovered this...
What are they? They are stamps! The deal is that when you take the train, at the end of the journey, you normally leave the ticket at the exit. If you wish to keep it, the railways guy puts a stamp on it. Apparently, it's proof that you completed your journey, and that you cannot use that ticket again. Some people opt for the stamp cause they wish to keep a memory of their train travel. Why did I not know about this? Cause I have a PASS naa baba.
Now the problem is, that I have the PASS, but I still want the stamp!! So, the last page of my beloved book is now dedicated to thappas of stations that I visit! That, is my internal Taiwan VISA stamp. I have already lost out on a lot of stations. Kaoshiung, Dajia, Tainan, Dongshih, to name a few :(
So next time you visit Taiwan, AND you wish to show off kahan kahan you went, collect the stamps. And make sure you do it from DAY ONE!