Miramar Garden Taipei
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- Swimming pool
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... shorts, but we had a very fun afternoon where we got very messy and played with clay! We returned to Taipei that night and shot straight across town to eat at the famous 5 star Sheraton Hotel buffet. It was wonderfully smart, and it had a desert tray to make a chocoholic faint with joy. It also gave me the wonderful chance to try an indian style curry and rice with naan bread as perceived by a chinese chef. It doesn't quite translate very well...
... paths. We see people using the location for family photos, wedding photos and for other special occasions. Everywhere you look there are flowers, acres and acres of them. But it is hot unless you are standing under a tree so we re-board the air conditioned bus and take off for our last stop—the Martyrs Shrine.
The Martyrs' Shrine is a revered monument to China's war dead. Many people come each year to pay their respects ...
... pushchair with bags on and it's not touched, I am sure this how England was when I was young. So many families out playing with the children, Sarah and Tilly are somewhere but I know they are safe, it's great so relaxing, plus the sun is out.
Flower market next - wow amazing orchids and so so cheap. The we did a silly thing - went to a jade market. Found Caitlin a little bracelet that cost 200NT$ (spoilt child) and me a necklace and Heath got a new key ...
... and and the region of Yilan. The museum is shaped to the mountains of the region. Across the water there is an island called Turtle island. It got it’s name because at a particular angle, it looks like a giant turtle.
Lunch time came around just as we were finishing up at the museum. The area had lots of seafood restaurants since it is a port town. The place we ate at had a system of where customers ...
... Dynasty China and after 1895 Japanese expansionary imperialism. However, the Taiwanese Aborigines, unlike the original inhabitants of my country, appear to have achieved some small measure of economic self-sufficiency and prosperity and social inclusion - well, in Wulai at least, where indigenous folk were snack vendors, tour guides, taxi drivers and souvenir sellers.
My flu cleared up a bit in Wulai. The air was the purest I ever did breathe and I could feel my lungs ...