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... fruit and then some peanuts with purple skin which are very healthy for you. Found a jigsaw puzzle of Taiwan that has all the provinces named in Chinese and English and also the famous sites in Taiwan. So many statues and carvings to see - easier to photograph than bring home ( too heavy). Then it was off again to the very first House we had stayed at a week ago. We had left our big bags here so needed to ...
... she means, so is a lot of fun to be around . She is a hairdresser, so insisted on washing our hair before we left and blow dry/style it. She would have cut mine if there were more time. From here we went up a mountain to view the city lights. There is a rest station off the freeway there and lots of food and gift shops there. We found a massage shop. Bayleigh had a 20 minute massage for 200 New Taiwanese Dollars (about $8) and I ...
... in the hall or at your own place according to teacher's directions (we stayed in the hall)
5:00pm: snack (piece of fruit) and a cup of tea
6:00pm-7:00pm: group meditation in the hall
7:00pm-8:15pm: discourse (listening to S.N.Goenka teach us about Vipassana)
8:15pm-9:00pm: meditate in the hall then rest
9:00pm-9:30pm: questions to the teachers (optional)
All meals were vegetarian.Noble Silence for 10 days, ...
... and dragons. Well it is not crazy but it is filled with people, fireworks, dragons and the most important red envelopes,gambling and fooooddd :P Just imagine Thanks giving, Christmas and New Years all rolled into one. It is basically that. We start off cleaning and making everything new, then after many red envelopes, fireworks and food, we start the next couple days going around to temples for starting off the new year good :) and of course to spot a few dragon ...
... put together a strong effort against HKA. The team was led by captain Mike Lin and the strong serving of returning players Kenneth Lo and Sunny Lei. The match was a back and forth affair the whole way, with each team splitting the first 2 sets at 1-1. The Tigers finally took control in the 3rd set winning the set and match 2-1. At the tournament-end banquet, Jacky Ao Ieong was awarded the Play Hard, Play Fair Award for the TIS boys.