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... able to concentrate.
Day 5: Head to feet, surveying each body seperate to feel the sensations but not to react, just notice and move on.
This was a good day too, my mind stopped all the chatter.
Day 6: Scan your body head to two simultaneous and notice the sensations.
I did not sleep much the night before so was unable to concentrate.
Day 7: Head to toe, toes to head, scan simultaneousGreat day! Able to do ...
... br> ‘Georgies Simple Life’ accommodation @ Hualien is where we stayed tonight. I found this place on AirBnB and it turned out to be another gem .. very spacious and clean. Georgie was very attentive and helpful.
We went out to the night market for dinner. I had yummy BBQ prawn skewers . We also saw flower pot ice creams (yes the ice cream is served in a flower pot, then ...
... trail we realised that we had to walk up a big hill to the entrance of the trail. It was way too much effort. So we just continued to walk along the main road taking in the breathtaking views of the gorge. We tried flagging down a couple of our buses which were passing us. We had our tickets out and tried to wave them down. They just shock their heads and continued driving. This ****** us off. It would of taken 20seconds if that to let us on the bus. We were enjoying ...
... slightly more foamy), and then entered the cavernous ticket hall. I don't think I've ever been in an enclosed space that made me feel like an insignificant atom.
The next available train at 9:15 was booked out, so I bought a ticket for the 10:15 train. I spent the intervening hour marvelling at the variety of trains here. Taiwan is a rail geek's paradise, it has everything - old and new; long and short; very fast and very slow, all painted in every colour of the rainbow.
My train, ...
... another outstanding view! After lunch, we walked to the cable car station and took two cable car rides to reach Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village! At the amusement park, they put invisible ink stamps on our hands instead of tickets. We had two hours of fun on the rides! The most popular and scariest ride was the Maya Adventure roller coaster! It went really fast and had lots of loops! Daring ...
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