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... dinner and some mahjong! In between I got to ride the train, pick strawberries and visit a super busy old temple. I think I really like lunar new year. All the customs and traditions. It's really a special event. I also like the fact it goes for several days so there are things to keep doing and looking forward to. I often feel empty as early as Chrsitmas afternoon.. ...
Today was our last day at plus 20 degrees and tomorrow we will be freezing in South Korea, so we made the most of warm weather and did a 6 hour city walk around Taipei.
We incorporated some of the Taipei must see temples but they are all getting a bit 'same same' now. To be honest we have kicked our heels a bit ...
... only way to go up to see it was by taxi.
The street outside my room was busy and lively all day, but as soon as dark came around 6 p.m., it turned into a desolate, isolated place. I don't know if the locals fear the crime also, or if the crime is mostly against 'gringos'.
I took a bus overnight to Puerto Lopez. When lining up at the bus door, a police officer was there. He patted everyone down and looked in whatever bag we were carrying on board ...
... about 錐麓古道's history, from Ching dynasty to Japanese colonization, and best of all, everything about nature - plants, birds, butterflies, insects, animals. Alex and I were in for a treat, as long as we could tolerate the bites from little black bugs.
Enjoy the pix, sometimes the pix is worth more than a 1,000 words :-)
We've been here almost 3 weeks. Since we haven't been doing much I thought I'd write down some of our daily encounters, impressions, and also what's hot in Taiwan now. There are always waves of what's popular, like how egg tarts were so hot 10 years ago you see them selling everywhere.
1. Soft Serve.
Taiwan's latest food craze is apparently soft serves. Please don't ask me why. It's not Pink ...