Hotel One Taichung
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Sun Moon Lake- very pretty, you appreciate the nature in Taiwan. But, it's just a mountain lake. Xuanzang Temple- Buddhist, honouring monk who traveled to India to study Buddhism and translate scriptures in Chinese, bringing the religion to China. Ci'en Pagoda- built by Chiang Kai Sek in memory of his mother when she died (1971). It's 46m tall, and it's built ...
Day 4 we headed off down to Nantou to Sun Moon Lake - a long bus ride, but at least the kids had a chance to rest for a while. We went across to the temple on a boat, then another 30 min or so on narrow, winding roads and we got to Xitou Park, a nature education area where we stayed for the last 2 nights.
It was lovely - a forest of redwoods, that are part of ...
... juices and some of the jam. It was all so tasty and she said Shu-Huei came up with the recipes. She is one amazing woman. Seems like all the women I have met in Taiwan and pretty business savvy and confident. That is pretty neat.
After a great dinner Emily took me to the bus stop and started my trek to Taoyuan, where I am going to stay with a girl we met on couch surfing. We were going to stay with her over the weekend, but luckily she had space for me tonight ...
After consulting the guide book and internet, we concluded that there was really nothing that we want to do in the city.
Following breakfast the next morning, we decided to go out of town to see mushroom growing. We rushed to the bus stop only to wait for the bus that was 30 minutes late. The locals waiting with us informed us that it was nothing ...
... on an industrial scale! There was even a sign warning of the carbon dioxide emissions resulting from all the spirit paper burning... Environmental awareness was definitely not on anyone's agenda as masses of people were chucking in reams of spirit paper to carry their blessings on up to the Gods!
The next temple we went to were also contributing their fare share of environmental pollutants; there was so much incense burning ...