Hi!! Glad you are still with me on this series. Yup, this is a long one. =) Hope I amnot boring you.
Anyway, still in Tainan’s Anping Old Street. By now, it is already mid noon in Spring and it is a bit too hot for me (even with bermudas and T), and already started to sweat. Guess Tainan is most further south and it can get a bit (or much more) hotter than Taipei.
Ok. Back to where I left off in my last posting. Walking along the alleys in Anping Old Street, you can find lots of nice and unique old houses that really captures your eyes.
Walking further down towards one end of street, saw this old Catholic Church; St. Laurentius Church (1956). In fact, about 10% of the city’s population are Catholic.
Mobile stall with wheels selling snack.
Another temple in Anping area; Anping Matsu Temple
That weekend when I was there, there had some martial arts performance for the locals and visitors.
Martial art students getting ready for their performance.
Walking down Anping road and Gubao Street, guess what I saw?
You must be wondering what’s all these basket loads? Well, there are oyster shells.
Workers removing the oysters from their shells.
… just look at the pile of oyster shells. Anyone wanna guess how many oysters are there in that pile? Imagine eating half a load of that!! LOL!!!
Well… the journey does not end here. My series still goes on. If wanna to more, then keep following me on this ‘e-trip’. =)