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... it. You walk in and you just feel the spirits and history and at peace. A peace that you can't explain. I refused to take photos with in the temple itself (even though people do) just seemed wrong. We met up with Yu Huei again and walked to the famous markets. Very cool place. Found an amazing shop with paintings in. Bought 2 canvases which i'll frame once i get home. Walked through and found the snake shops. You can't take photos . ...
... crescents . Very famous. And really yummy. Food is a big thing here. All the seam to do is eat! And for someone who doesn't eat much when its hot and humid , i have to stuff it down. Lol but its very yummy! Went home and ate lunch. The everyone chilled out for a while. Then later in the afternoon we caught a bus and two mrt's into taipei to got to a restaurant for dinner. ...
... teaching me how to write mandarin number characters while i was teaching her new english words. Lol was so cute.lol About 5 pm we all hoped in the cars and headed to this awesome place for dinner and met more family and friends.its a bbq place where each the tables have a coal pit in it and you go out and pick your meats and vegetables and you bbq it at the table. Omg. That was awesome. Yen and ping gave me ...
... we have been here, we would love to come back and see more. We would also recommend Taiwan as a destination for first time Asia travellers. Taiwan has it all, great sights, great scenery, and lots of culture without too much craziness. The people are so friendly, and English is spoken nearly everywhere. The country is really well set up for tourism, and it is extremely easy to get around. Taiwan was an amazing end to our extraordinary world adventure, as it was easy, fulfilling, and oh so ...
... we came across ….. which afforded great views of Taipei 101 and was filled with locals flying kites and practising Tai Chi. The kite flyers had some serious skills. Despite only controlling the kites with one string they had managed to gain altitudes of over 100m, one man was even nonchalantly bashing away with his phone whilst his kite was tied to his bike and troubling aircrafts flying at low altitude. Not everyone was an ...
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