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Cling Rubber is made of the same deeply etched grey rubber and cushion as our wood stamps so you get the detail and durability you've come to expect from Stampendous. Cling Rubber is easy to store, less expensive and an environmentally friendly product. The fully imaged cling film sticks easily to your acrylic handles so you can stamp the image exactly where you want it. Cling Rubber sets contain two complimentary images that are perfect for creating unique cards, scrapbook pages and more.
This clever tea bag holder or coaster is shaped like a teapot and features a lighthouse design. Made of sturdy 100% Melamine, you can deposit your used tea bag with confidence on this useful coaster, knowing you can pop it into the dishwasher's top rack later. Measuring 3 inches by 4 inches, it is a perfect size to serve your tea bag coaster needs while adorning your tea table. Perfect gift for all the hot tea drinkers you know!
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Last Sunday, I returned from my 12-day trip to Taiwan with my friend, Angie (if you are reading this, hiiiii. It was my first time going there without my family, and my final taste of motherland before I leave for the windy and exciting city of Chicago in September. Our first stop was Tainan, 台灣的美食之都 (Taiwan's culinary capital) and also my hometown. Two days there were enough for me to realize how much had stayed the same - and all that had changed. 孔廟（Confucius Temple) still has its place in the center of the city, although the surrounding walls have now come down. The 國立台灣文學館（Museum of Taiwanese Literature） remains a welcome shelter for people to 避暑 (avoid the heat) and read about Taiwan's literary past, although the former seems to be the preferred option these days. Most surprisingly of all, the newly-revamped 奇美博物館 now looks like Versailles/The White House/something you'd find in Rome. Day 2 was a whirlwind tour around the city via 台灣好行, a travel-bus-package that lets you take any bus in the city (including the 台灣好行 tourism bus) and stop at various destinations throughout the day for just 88 NTD. We first took a nearly-90-minute bus ride to 七股, where we climbed the famous 鹽山 (the salt mountain. a blindingly white spectacle in the middle of nowhere) and began to feel the palpable heat that would pursue us throughout the day - indeed, throughout the entire trip. From there, we travelled back to the heart of Tainan, stopping at the 安平樹屋 (Anping treehouse. we didn't go in, though) and then to the desolate-looking 安平老街 that had been bustling the last time I visited during high season. We ate chocolate and vanilla ice cream from a U-shaped cone (you guessed it, one flavour per tip), the legendary 臭豆腐 (stinky tofu. ah, the smell of home) but saved space for 渡小月, where the most authentic 擔仔麵 (danzai noodles) of Taiwan is served. Time stretched that day as we hopped on and off a number of buses and strolled countless streets. I have never explored my hometown without my family, but I realize at the end of the day - with an almost childish sense of fulfilment - that I have what it takes to do it. We left 台南 on day 3, catching an early train to 台東, where our biking... I was so nervous about missing the train that when we finally boarded and put our bags down, I didn't even fully realize I was speeding away from family friends I have known for more than a decade, the hospital where I was born, my 故鄉. Not knowing... (We'd later be biking at around 1/15th that speed). When we sped past 屏東, however, I was fully (and guiltily) aware. This was probably the first time I had returned to Taiwan and not stopped by 屏東, my parents' hometown. To be truthful, there is nothing left for me there anymore, apart from a childhood-defining meal of 涼麵 (cold noodles with sesame sauce and cucumber), my uncle's family, my mother's cousins and memories that I've recorded in my diaries and poems. Ah, I must admit: 屏東 will always be the one place in 台灣 that has the greatest bearing on me. Nonetheless, I remain seated on the train that flies past it. Biking began steadily and the stubborn heat seemed to bike with us. I fell off my bike at... By the time we got to our hotel in 成功 at 6pm, 55 km (we suspect more) had been conquered. We had biked up unexpected hills, admired breathtaking sea views and begun to earn the beginnings of what would later become full-fledged bike-short-tans. Mine have yet to fade completely, reminding me that - yes - the past is real. Alas, the same can be said about biking this 7 km stretch. draining as it may have been, it seemed hours away by the time I had sped downhill (going at nearly 40km/h). I had a madeleine moment-ish at lunch when 黑豆 (black soybeans) was served on a plate with something else that was completely overshadowed by its beady companions. The last time I ate sweet black soybeans was yeaaarsss ago, in 屏東, and my tastebuds have missed it. At the end of the day,. Source: Miles to go before I sleep
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Have a brew and find out your fate at Alison Appleton design studio on Jamaica Street. Alison and her team specialise in porcelain teapots and cups with infusers, designed to make the perfect cuppa. Drop in between 4pm and 9pm for your free reading.
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