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... devastating earthquake in 1997. A Daoist temple was entirely destroyed with the roof crashing everything else (because it was so heavily decorated). It was left as a memory for all the people that died, and a new replica of it was built right in front. Also saw the train station which survived the quake; trains were used to transport construction materials to Sun Moon ...
... 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 ...
... dates from their stems while Jo filtered through chicken feed. Jo and Dominic started up a great conversation, so I went into the house to figure out how I was going to get to Taipei tonight on the bus and train. I tried to figure out all my options and some back up options since I won’t have internet anymore once I leave the house. I ended up with a 20 page powerpoint presentation, haha! I don’t think this will be easy, but I guess this is what I ...
... was a 4 Km walk uphill to the mushroom farm that we wanted to visit. There were many mushroom farms and people processing and selling mushrooms on the way. This area apparently produces 60% of all the mushrooms grown in Taiwan. Mushrooms are grown in little plastic bags now and you can buy bags already seeded to grow your own mushrooms at home. We ...
... village of the Thao people. This is also a prime area to grow Assam tea. So, we had some milk Assam tea with pearls, then we had another one later. Also tried rice cooked with millet and a little meat inside a piece of bamboo. You get the rice by hitting the bamboo on the side to split it. We were very lucky to walk into the local tribe having a ceremony to pray for rain. One of the ...