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Good location though - when you eventually find it.
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One last interesting tidbit. When Chiang Kai-Shek retreated from mainland China after WWII, losing to Mao Zedung's communists, he brought with him about two million soldiers and citizens. They took over the island and controlled everything. There is a big mausoleum for CKS as he is known, but since Taiwan became democratic, only about 20 years ago, people started to learn more about the brutality of the former dictator, and he is no longer held in high regard. ...
Well what a day we have had. Paula, Sarah, Bea, Heath and I went to Taipei zoo and saw the pandas. See photos. Then Paula thought it would be a great idea to go on the cable car 3000m up a mountain called monkong. It's now 6pm and just got home. Shattered but great day. Ok. 10pm and me and Paul's are drinking mango beer! It's pretty good. Pic ...
... shopping at CHENGHUANG TEMPLE NIGHT MARKET.
Return to Taipei,visit to MARTYR'S SHRINE to observe the guards changing procession ceremony. Continue to 101 TOWER,continue to DANSHUI OLD STREET.Thereafter, proceed to the most famous night market in Taiwan,The SHILIN NIGHT MARKET.
Flight back home.
Thanks to Angel Tours Penang for those great memory and enjoyable tour.
... thing in Taiwan. It was a really good evening and the first proper time we had been able to spend getting to know the boys and Wei wen. We had an interesting conversation about the difference in schooling between Asia and Europe which made me realise and appreciate just how good we've got it. The boys here wake at 5:30 everyday to be in school for 7 and don't leave until earliest 5 in the evening so are often home at 8. That's not included something that vaguely translates ...
... pretty quickly after his shot. He'd always been fine w/ his shots but I think he's been influenced by K's crying. Then K just cried and cried and needed her moments to calm down (delay tactics). Finally the nurse came in and we held her down and she got her shot. I feel so bad for her because I know all that crying and freaking out makes it physically hurt a bit more. But since the Japanese encephalitis is required in Taiwan, we ...