Woke up at 9am and had our breakfast at Mac. Walked around the area while we waited for the shopping mall Shin Kong Mitsukoshi (新光三越) to open at 11am. As it was the anniversary sale, they had the promotion of a NT$500 voucher for every $5000 spent.
We got the items we had eyed on last night; a bag for myself and a jacket for Bernard. Went around for a while deciding what else we wanted to get to make up the $5000. Finally accumulated the amount. As we were running a little late, mummy and papa went to get lunch first while we went to exchange our receipts for vouchers. We got some goodies with the vouchers and went to the information counter to queue for the tax rebate form.
Met parents at the food court, gobbled down my lunch and went back to the hotel to pack up our last minute shopping. Had made arrangements yesterday with Meeky's help. He had arranged for his friend, Mr Huang to fetch us to the airport for NT$900. (The usual rate which we asked through the hotel and also according to Meeky was NT$1000.)
Mr Huang was early and fetched us to the airport on time. Claimed back NT$267 as tax rebate and checked in. Similar to our flight to Taipei, the flight back to Singapore was full as well.
As it was pretty early, we went to Mr Brown Coffee to have some drinks and food. Initally wanted drinks only, but while ordering, we saw that they have some tea promotion and couldn't help but ordered the cheesecake and waffle as well. Was good! =)
As we got into the duty free area, we went to one of the shops to exchange for some Taiwanese products for free with some vouchers given by the Visitors Association here. We can choose from the selection from 2 sides of a rack. Nothing fascinating though. With our 4 vouchers, we exchanged for 2 notebooks, one pack of tea bags and one pack of preserved prunes.
Last photo shows our meal on board. Did not sleep at all as i was kept busy with the in-flight programme. No Sudoku this time round as the remote at my seat was faulty. =P
Holiday time always passes so quickly and we are back in Singapore before we know it. Till next time...