Taiwan – Tainan; 2 Days Trip on History of Day 2 (10)

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.

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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.

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Mobile stall with wheels selling snack.

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Another temple in Anping area; Anping Matsu Temple

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That weekend when I was there, there had some martial arts performance for the locals and visitors.

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Martial art students getting ready for their performance.

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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.

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Workers removing the oysters from their shells.

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… 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!!!

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Well… the journey does not end here. My series still goes on. If wanna to more, then keep following me on this ‘e-trip’. =)

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11 thoughts on “Taiwan – Tainan; 2 Days Trip on History of Day 2 (10)

    • Thanks!! Taichung is also nice but different from Tainan. Guess Tainan has more history and snack foods as compared to Taichung. I will be writing on Taichung in my next series to Taiwan (but not that soon)

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