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... temple and step in for a closer look. The air heavy with incense, I look up and I am met by the biggest incense coils I have ever seen. I wouldn't want to have to clean up this floor everyday!
At city hall there is a big celebration with tables set up selling food, various other items and trying to bring awareness to charities. I assume this is tied into the upcoming elections as they are showing off a new MRT. Then ...
Up 6 am, dressed and went out for a walk around the rice fields. It's so lovely here and the people are so friendly. I videoed the garbage truck that comes each morning to collect household rubbish. It plays music that at first we thought was an icecream van. After breakfast Mr Lee got out his bows and arrows for us to have a practise. Then we packed up everything and headed off to visit an area that sells ...
... 10 minutes for $4 Australian. He did a really good job. The view over the city of Ching Shui was spectacular. We came back to Mr Lee's house and his son, Addison, wanted to play the piano for us, so we had a concert. He is 13 years old. Then his older sister, Lin (18) played for us. She is excellent. Only one more day in Taiwan. I wonder what is planned for us to do? We usually find out on the way, but this makes for an interesting ...
... a coin in. 4 things to wish for were health, good fortune, happiness and study. The bowls closest to the centre would give you much more of the thing you wished for. I got a coin into the centre bowl for study! That's great, since I'm planning to come to Taiwan next year to learn Mandarin. Then it was off again to Mr Lee's house in Yuan Li were we stayed the night. Along the way we saw hundreds of wind turbines since it's very windy along the ...
We caught the bus from Jialehseui to Hengchun, then another bus to Fangliao, then a train to Pingtung, and another train to Taichung. A big day of travelling, which all worked out smoothly. The next day we caught the shuttle bus up to Sun Moon Lake. It was just ok, not nearly as nice as Lake Conjola. But, I guess for those people who haven't spent time at Lake Conjola, it must be really nice. We walked along the bikeway, to a ...