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... jogging between activities and pick up points. Emotionally it's even harder. Usually, you explore out from your comfort zone, building on what you know and understand. Here everything is so different from anything I have ever experienced, I have no point of reference, no comfort zone. I suddenly know how alice felt, tumbling down the rabbit hole.
The breakfast buffet is our first big challenge; while we are at the Cosmo Hotel, Stephen and ...
... of the guards on duty during the hour.
We arrive at exactly 4 pm as the changing of the guards’ ceremony began.
The precision, the expressionless faces, the synchronized arms and legs movement and the composure is truly amazing—a lot like the changing of the guards at the Royal Palace in London.
Once they reach the main hall, two guards are left behind. They are required to stand there for one hour guarding ...
... it has rained all day. We are now packed and ready to go to Yilan.
And we made it to the train and found our seats.
Note to all UK train operators. Go to - Taiwan and learn how to do comfortable, clean trains that run on-time and you don't need a second mortgage to go half way across the country. Seriously 2nd class here is as comfortable as first class in UK and even more leg room. Get it ...
... The sand was hot, but it felt good to be in the water.
Our next stop was at a local scotch distillery. It was free to enter and tour around and at the end guests are allowed to take part of a taste testing. The store had lots of different sizes and packages of scotches. If I were heading straight home from Taiwan, I would have definitely gotten something from the store as a gift.
We drove back into ...
... saw, even cuter than Kuala Lumpur's Kelana Jaya subway line - a narrow gauge (I think 600 mm) petrol powered train with open carriages, each large enough for two rows of seats, each row wide enough for two Asian people (or one fat Westerner with his backside hanging outside the carriage like me).
Back down the hill I satisfied my hunger with street snacks, traditional fare of the Ayatal first nation - deep fried candied sweet potato, various fried snacks made from millet, ...