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... at the hotel was surprisingly good with many local dishes and fruits. Then it's an 8 km one way walk to the other old fort located at the original port for Taiwan. We managed to almost lost our guide book which would be catastrophic. The ruins of the original Dutch fort was quite interesting. We tried an oyster fry which was very tasty The tofu dessert 2 km ...
... and A Lu, A Hua and Chou's above.
After dinner Warwick suggests an ice cream, and this becomes a regular joke whenever we spot a Seven Eleven to finish a meal. A Lu and A Hua slowly become more competent in their limited English, asking Ice cream? Are you hungry? WC? and so on, but using their smart phones for anything more complicated.
The next morning we were driven to see an aboriginal performance. first the stroll through the souvenir area, then ...
... walk the famous street that was lined up with shops and stands - my favorite kind of place. We quickly walked through the street and then went to dinner.
Dinner was at a famous place known for its DanZi noodles which turned out to be quite good! We finished dinner before 6:30 and headed back to the hotel. We said goodbye to our guide. Tomorrow we will leave TaiNan and head to the Sun and Moon Lake area. The same driver will take us there. We need to leave at 9am.
... art work. Pretty amazing!
Our guide told us quite a bit of TaiNan's history. I did not know that TaiNan was the capital for many many years and was a city full of historical interests. Our tour today did prove that.
TaiNan was well known for its wetlands - supposedly well known in the world. Our next stop was a boat tour of a channel among the mangroves. It was a boat full of tourists and the mangroves were not that ...
... 160; Mom and auntie ended up sharing an order. They were able to split it into two jars. I think they got 5 or 8 oz of ground up pearl for like $300 USD. Oh well, who knows maybe it does work! Seem to hear from enough people that have used it and vouched for it. We visited a small fort in Anping called Eternal Golden Castle. The castle was built in 1874 to safeguard the coast and defend against Japanese invasion. The ...