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... Daoist have people and animals. Wanwu worships Conficus, master of pen, and Kuan Ti, master of sword, in two separate temples, each decorated accordingly (eg, Kuan Ti temple has pictures of battles and described different types of swords and associated stories); temple is known as Literature-Warrior temple. Later saw town of JiJi (not Chinese but aboriginal naming) that ...
Day 4 we headed off down to Nantou to Sun Moon Lake - a long bus ride, but at least the kids had a chance to rest for a while. We went across to the temple on a boat, then another 30 min or so on narrow, winding roads and we got to Xitou Park, a nature education area where we stayed for the last 2 nights.
It was lovely - a forest of redwoods, that are part of ...
... Jo is gonna be fun. Small world, huh? Now I am starting to run into volunteers I didn’t know I practically already knew. Freaky!
This morning Jo and I went out to the newest Chrysanthemum garden and laid out wood chips in between the rows. I don’t really know why they do that, but it sure does look nice. We worked until it got too hot, then we went back to the farm house. I am not sure what Dominic was doing, but when we got home we joined him ...
... ice cream store which is a converted eye hospital from the pre WWII Japanese era was only 2 blocks from the bus station. It is also a very upscale Japanese style gift shop. The ice cream was great.
We bought fried dumplings and a combination dinner with grilled chicken, a fried egg, vegetables and rice for our late evening train ride to Hualien.
... Ho Temple - incense curling', perhaps something was lost in translation here and the author meant 'incense choking'... There were some interesting sights dotted around the temple, including a statue of a bloke with arms coming out of his eyes! If anyone knows the religious/symbolic meaning of this please let us know!
Later in the day the crowds really began to pile in and we made our escape before the narrow lanes became swamped!