Holiday Inn Express Taichung Park
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... that's 954m above sea level so top of pagoda is 1000m above sea level. Nice views of the lake and forest. Wanwu temple- Daoist. Unlike Buddhist which is simpler, less decorated and focusing on Indian elements like lotus leaves and elephants, Daoist is very Chinese. It's heavily decorated with dragons and tigers, as well and pictures of people. Buddhist temples have ...
... research unit, and it was obvious that the kids really enjoyed the outdoors stuff. We went on a tour the night we arrived, and saw flying squirrels, frogs, and a fire-fly - pretty exciting for city kids, and my first squirrel too!
The strangest thing we did was go to the monster village next to the nature park - a strange theme for a village, but it was rather ...
... 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 ...
After consulting the guide book and internet, we concluded that there was really nothing that we want to do in the city.
Following breakfast the next morning, we decided to go out of town to see mushroom growing. We rushed to the bus stop only to wait for the bus that was 30 minutes late. The locals waiting with us informed us that it was nothing ...
... Taiwanese soap operas and fans flock there to have pictures taken at every turn. There were a lot of interesting temples dotted throughout Lukang, we watched a ceremony of sorts where a family were being blessed (involved being tapped with a ceremonial stick), and large amounts of spirit paper were deposited in a big bag! After the ceremony they walked out down an alley along the side of the temple and to a big furnace; spirit ...