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... a year do they open it up to allow people to swim in it, which happened a few weeks before I got there. After seeing all the boats on the lake that take the tourists around, and leave a trail of gasoline, I wouldn't want to swim in it anyway! The lake itself is a very beautiful colour of blue, lighter than most lakes I've seen, more like the Caribbean Ocean. The boat ride around the lake was only $300NT which works out to about $12.50 CAD, and was a nice break from the everyday. After ...
... that's 954m above sea level so top of pagoda is 1000m above sea level. Nice views of the lake and forest. Wanwu temple- Daoist. Unlike Buddhist which is simpler, less decorated and focusing on Indian elements like lotus leaves and elephants, Daoist is very Chinese. It's heavily decorated with dragons and tigers, as well and pictures of people. Buddhist temples have ...
The party on the final night was fun, and the teachers had a well-earned drink after at the little High Life store - like a 7-11 chain. Next day the bus was very quiet, from exhausted kids who mostly slept, tho a few ********es kept playing on their phones.
Overall, I loved Taiwan- it's like a clean, civilised version of China, and people care about ...
... wasn’t really here long enough and the time I was here. I was super exhausted so I didn’t get to get to close to them :/ I guess you can’t win the all.
6.23.15 I’ll head back to America today. I don’t really know how I feel about that. I am happy to be able to go home and see family and get some rest from traveling. Having your own space it priceless, this I have learned. But interrupting our trip is a little annoying. But I guess it ...
... place that to spend more than 5 minutes inside the temple you would need a breathing apparatus set! This particular temple was for the god 'Mazu', this god protects seafarers such as sailors or fisherman and is very popular. The statue residing within the Tien-Ho temple was brought over from mainland China to Taiwan in 1664 and as such is highly revered. According to the Lukang government website one of the 'eight wonders' of Lukang ...