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Travel Blogs from Kaohsiung
... fish dumplings and calamari. You then cook the piece you want, eat and repeat. It takes a long time to eat, however, it was delicious. Not delicious, the red bean dessert. I want to avoid red bean paste for the remainder of my life. So sick of it. We then took our evening walk along the water, where the temperature finally started to drop.
At last, on the train.. we got home around 9:45. Tomorrow is our ...
... It's famous because it used to home people from the Dutch east India trading company, and then other European traders in later centuries. It was left alone during the Second World War and the banyon trees took over. It reminded us of Ankor Wat a bit. It had a bit of a museum as well that told about the Dutch settlers. I had no idea they were here, I thought it was mainly just Indonesia. Next we went to the Anpang fort, formerly the Zeelandia fort but it was ...
... the latest and greatest in computer technology, mobile telephony, headphones, cameras, you name it. Unbelievably I managed to get out of there after 2 hours without buying anything. Then we finished the day off with a decent meal at Evan's Burger and the most expensive beer I've had in Taiwan so far. Paid $250NT = $8AUD for a 500ml Stella. Astronomic for Taiwanese ...
... that young Asians seem to be very keen to take on the wrong things from Western civilization. Heavy drinking, fast food, ****** rave music. I usually can deal with all this but Kenting is so small that you can't get away from them. Even during the day the entrance to the National Park was hard to access and all the sights were overcrowded with these hungover music lovers. Anyway, we just happened to have chosen the wrong time to come to Kenting. Guess I'll have to come back another ...
... off Doris and the dogs (Diane, Hope and Evan) at their place and then we returned the rental car and took a cab to the High Speed Railway station where we met Rachel's sisters and their families. The HSR takes us to Kaohsiung in about 1 1/2 hours. There is no easier way then traveling by train. Since the upcoming weekend includes public holidays we had to reserve seats on the train a month ago. In Kaohsiung we picked up our rental ...
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