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I passed the five week mark yesterday, today marks my 37th day in Taiwan. Writing the date up on the board for my class this evening and talking about how it will be February in a couple of days. Wait a moment- where did January go!? What have I been doing for this past month? I have officially moved to the new apartment, and am enjoying the location and facilities. It is a little noisy, from the neighbours playing music ...
... on Elephant Mountain. A mountain in the middle of the city with amazing views around Taipei 101. It was only a 30 minute walk up the mountain but with the sun still shining it was still over 30 degrees and there was just no air. The climb was a real challenge; we would pretty much take 10 steps and have to stop for water. It was quite nice to see other people struggling more than us, we got to one view point and nearly called it quits but we stuck ...
... on to tell us very happily that he was a Christian, who had prayed to God for rain...and God had sent a typhoon! He then went off exclaiming hallelujah a few times, even though I'm not quite sure whether a typhoon is a cause for celebration!
So after our bus journey, we arrived at our destination for our trip, the Longshan Temple. This temple is very popular and is the number one tourist destination in Taipei. It was founded in 1738 but has since been ...
... pictures, met a few interesting people (a super-fit old man with his 3 dogs and a couple with a very fierce girl there), and headed back down.
There's nothing special in the JiuFen Laojie but we did eat the yamball soup, which is AMAZING. The yam, sweet potato and pea balls were soft, tender and not too sweet. It felt natural and entirely homemade. Topped off with a green bean soup base, this delicacy cannot ...
Although my third leg was Hong Kong, it actually covered all the regions of China.
The first was a quick transfer in Taiwan. Unfortunately only spending an hour there - there was still enough time to buy a souvenir, and see some views out of the dodgy old plane plane.
Before taking off to Hong ...