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Excellent buffet breakfast, what a Great way to get started on Taiwanese cuisine !!!
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... we were reminded of the truly international nature of the organization.
We grabbed a tour bus and shot through taipei and out into the mountains. We climbed for about an hour through winding mountain roads, with deep lush jungle all around. At times we passed small, beautifully decorated shrines built by local families to honour their ancestors. The gold mine was at the top of a lovely old village that had been preserved as a tourist ...
... of the guards on duty during the hour.
We arrive at exactly 4 pm as the changing of the guards’ ceremony began.
The precision, the expressionless faces, the synchronized arms and legs movement and the composure is truly amazing—a lot like the changing of the guards at the Royal Palace in London.
Once they reach the main hall, two guards are left behind. They are required to stand there for one hour guarding ...
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... also people doing crafts. A man was casually blowing some glass and another lady was hand painting some canvas shoes. Pretty exciting, very interesting. Because the night was the actual Mid-Autumn Festival, I'd hoped to see some floating lanterns seeing as letting them off is banned in Hong Kong. We didn't, but we did see lots of people celebrating by sitting on the pavement cooking barbecues with their nearest and dearest.
On Tuesday we walked for miles and miles; we ...
... and China just to the west all combine to make matters miserable.
From Taipei 101 it was a short walk to the Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall. Smaller and less grandiose than the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, it also featured a huge bronze sculpture of a national hero sitting on a throne guarded by unblinking soldiers before which citizens were paying their respects. Sun Yat-Sen was an amazing man who is little known in the West. A prominent intellectual, Dr Sun led ...