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... a huge monument - was built in the 70-80s, when Taiwan was still a dictatorship. Now, it would not have been built, and schools across the country sent back their statutes of CKS because they no longer wanted them. There is a graveyard repository of all these statues somewhere! When Taiwan's leaders allowed their citizens to vote for the first time, China was not amused and fired rockets near/over the island to show their displeasure (China wants Taiwan back, of ...
... night shots taken with my new camera and lens. It has a cool setting I tried out for the first time tonight - in low-light situations, the camera can take four shots rapidly and then combine them to generate a more stable (less blurry) final version of one photo - even if people walk in and out of the scene. All of these pictures were taken using that setting. The photos are from a night ...
... SHOPPONG CENTER. Thereafter proceed to KAISYUAN NIGHT MARKET for shopping too.
After check out, we proceed to NANTOU,to SUN MOON LAKE SCENIC AREA.Then visit to KING GARDEN,the Taiwan first theme of president of the Republic of China,appearance of buildings is the European Style Castle into Fairy Tale.and shopping ay FONG IA NIGHT MARKET in TAICHUNG.
At TAICHUNG,we visit ...
... people still resides near the end of the trail. Once in a while, we saw aboriginal people riding scooter along the trail to get to places.
Making our way to our hostel, our home for the next 3 nights. Dinner was plain, uneventful. Definitely will venture out tomorrow night. A not cheap NT#250/pp. I believe we could do much better.......
... New Zealand:
Like England 60 years ago, with people polite, helpful, friendly, and having the time for a conversation.
The roads, especially in the South Island, are great to drive – if there is more than one car per kilometre then it’s a busy road.
The Tangariro Crossing – an exhilarating but tough walk
Kaituna River Rafting – exciting and fun
Milford Sound – spectacular and awesome