We went to the Walk in Aviary in Canberra a little while ago. It had lots of birds as expected, what was not expected was how crazy they were about the apple pieces you could buy to feed them with. You really had to watch your fingers (and your ears!) to make sure you didn’t get […]
Exodus is a Devon Rex and Minerva is a Bengal. What else need I say?
Next was the Lego at the Sydney Wildlife World. Master Model Builders from around the world were commissioned to design these life sized models. The event took almost two years to plan, and about 10,000 man hours to build. I’m guessing these hours were contributed by poor apprentices and not the masters themselves! The event will […]
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 […]
Lungshan Temple 龍山寺 was just outside an MRT station, and opposite a large park which seemed to be a gathering spot for Taiwan’s homeless. It was quite a large temple, quite open, and very busy. Definitely different to Cihui Temple 慈惠宮, in which everything was compacted into a small space. This one was much better maintained […]
Hong Kong Park, located just above Central. Strangely this was the first time I had been there despite living in and visiting Hong Kong so many times. This time, there was some art festival there, although all the art seemed to be computer related poetry…?