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... in half a dozen people's homes since then. A lovely two nights spent in a village near Kaohsiung, a return to Mingjian township, a night at ruifang and then 3 nights in a row in a rotating Chinese New Year adventure. Miaoli was lovely, kind family, lovely food and fireworks! Second night was back to city Taichung, for a quieter but lovely night. Third night was a ...
... but hey, not every day for 5 months can be a dream day, so it is actually quite nice to having nothing to do.
The biggest bonus of the day was actually finding a very nice restaurant that did wonderful salads. Months of fruit or greasy food, so a rare treat to find a real salad bar in Asia.
... the people martial law was instituted on May 19th, 1949 and lasted until July 15th, 1987- the second longest period of martial law in recorded history beat only by Syria (1963-2011). During this time of troubles people considered part of the elite, judges, doctors, teachers or anyone highly educated, began to disappear. Nearly 140,000 people were jailed by the ruling KMT and about 3000-4000 of these people were ...
... and that was enough to think “Oh s..t, I am not sure how to get to the hotel from there.” It took us another 15 minutes to get to Taoyuan. The landing was a little rough and we could feel the plane swaying a little from side to side as we went down on the runway. A sigh of relief all around although no applause...the Japanese are too polite for that kind of thing.
I wonder if some disaster were to befall Sydney Airport, what other ...
The shore excursion we planned for the day was eight hours long and took in as many stops as possible: Martyr's Shrine, Paoan Temple, Confucius Temple, National Palace Museum, Chiang Kai Shek's Memorial Hall, shopping at the Handicraft Center, and lunch at the Grand Hotel. Whew! Still makes me tired thinking of all the running around we did. The tour began and ended with hour long bus rides between the port of Keelung and the city of ...