Sizihwan 西子灣 was a nice seaside area near Kaohsiung 高雄. There was a university on one side and a temple on the hilltop. When we got there, there was some car in the carpark with some protest signs on it. Couldn’t read what it said, but it was probably something that would piss off the Chinese Communist Party, if they could see the sign from across the sea.
Anyway, ignoring the car, we stalked up the hill. There was a sausage vendor right in front of the temple, selling all types of fish and other weird sausages. I really wanted to try some, but was still so full from lunch! He was nice enough to let us take photos anyway.
Right next to the temple, there was some old building which was now converted into part museum, part souvenir shop, with a bar and stage up the back! There was some girl playing some instrument on the stage, but it was pretty poor, and the patrons were pretty unimpressed. I think they are just volunteer performers there.