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Today started by meeting Anna, Tilly and Evie For lunch, then a joke - want do you call a smelly fairy? - Stinkerbell! Sorry had to be done. Then walking down to starbucks for coffee a man stepped out into the road and knocked a police man of his motorbike. Amazingly 20 officers were not dispatched and there was no pepper spray or tazers just a sorry picked up the bike checked it and away! Then we had our hair washed. Ok it includes hard neck ...
went to wulai to river trace the jia jiu liao stream, but with the rains yesterday the supposedly easy river trace seemed pretty extreme. had to abort after about 40 minutes as hit a spot where water was up to my waist and the bottom of my pack was submerged.
got back to the parking lot and saw a group of 3 taiwanese gearing up with full wet suits and life jackets. confirmed that the river is much ...
Arrived just after 6am, caught the bus into town, ate, and checked in to the hostel. Then, since I was feelig good despite my long flight, got right into things by going to Yangmingshan and climbing Cesing mt and checking out the volcanic activity. Ate cheap wonton soup plus pot stickers at the underground mall.
... was still raining and getting dark when we were dropped off back at the Hotel so we decided to forego going out to look for noodles and just settled for a quick snack and a drink in the lobby lounge and then headed for our room.
Our airport pickup was 6:30 a.m. and I am disappointed to be leaving Taipei so soon, as there is so much more to see. I am impressed with this city and the courtesy of our hotel staff. It is certainly a destination to come back ...
... which is beautiful! They brought us to this HUGE bell, which was really cool because they had all this Chinese writing on it, (again no idea what it said) but I'm sure it was pretty meaningful. In the walk they also brought us to where they bury the monks/ nuns/ whomever. It was really interesting because of their views of unattachment, they cremate the bodies and then bury the body in 5 different places so that people cant attach on piece of land to the ...