The name “L’ Étranger” is quoted from Albert Camus’s novel which describes some people may get emotionally detached and innately passive. Although we may sometimes bump into those weird guys, we do not want to meet them in L’ Étranger.
L’ Étranger can also be me(Jenny) and Hielo, these two born-in-Changhwa but work-in-Taipei girls. We are junior high school-mates and best friends, having common interests such as travel, photography, painting, reading, music, movie, cuisine, One Piece(a Japanese manga). Having been living places but home, we both think that anyplace you may call it home once if you like that place. So…maybe you can pretend here is your home for a little while, and make yourself not be a stranger.
L’ Étranger B＆B is located in Yonghe City, Taipei County, Taiwan. Besides the world-know Yonghe soy bean milk, Yonghe’s another characteristic is the labyrinthian alleys. Although it is just a bridge-far away the Taipei city, you can never find that capitalistic atmosphere here. Forget about the extra-high density of population, just wander through the lanes and take a deep breath.
It’s an aged apartment where is close to MRT Yong-an Market station. Being situated in a tranquil residential quarters, but easily go to market, shops, metro station, bus stop, night market, parks, coffee shops, independent bookstores, etc. Quite convenient, isn’t it?