Zhong Ke Hotel
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... to grab something to eat. This was a Korean restaurant. There's a Korean waitress at one of the Chinese restaurants I go to in Hobart, so I suppose it's fair enough the waitresses here were Chinese. And I thought there were no nice footpaths!? Oh, some bloody motorist ruins it all by parking right across it. I bet they get annoyed if they have to wait for some poor bugger crossing the road on ...
... miles that resembles a bar. It's hardly a pub or a bar but they do have beer on tap. Four dollars for the first pint, two dollars for the second - if you order both at once. Unfortunately it's all outside seating and in the evening it's not that warm. I really like all the fruit stands. Strawberries, some funny fruit I don't know the name of - and lots of guava. A dog in the middle of the footpath proudly wearing his leopard ...
... last twenty or more years. There's certainly a monotony to all this. I suspect it's because of the overall ordinariness of flying. They certainly won't be making a remake of the VIPs using these passengers. Pretty slow queue at immigration but of course it only took thirty seconds once they got to me. What's wrong with these other people? There's a bus into town but you need to pay with coins; that's how cheap it is. Anyway, the ATM ...
... it was 90% OFF!!!! I suddenly wish I could spend more time in Taichung lol
We took a cab to the airport and it was real early -- the airport was small with literally no one in it D: Customs were fast and we arrived at the boarding gates 1.5 hours before. So we spent most of our money and time on buying souvenirs for our family and friends. Hmm... probably shouldn't arrive at the airport that early next time.
So that's pretty much my trip to Cingjing | Taichung ...
Drizzles were starting to hit this city... hmm which makes sense after the 3 days without rain in Cingjing. It was better it didn't rain the past days so that we were able to finish all outdoor activities. For this last day of the trip, we visited Puli, a small town at the bottom of Cingjing. It was much warmer, despite the rain. We visited the Guanyin waterfall, with other local visitors on a 70 average age and a little hike ...