Wow!! It’s been a long ‘e-walk’ if you have been following me. Sorry if my ‘e-walks’ had been to slow for you. Guess I love to take my time and enjoy the culture and views. =P
Anyway, this is nearing the end of the day (and also this series, I bet you must be saying… ‘finally’).
Well, I am now heading out from Anping Old Street (but still in Anping area) and walking along its perimeter.
As you can see, the streets are quite narrow (and also a hot sunny day too)
Another place where you can see people hanging high up all the oyster shells (or can I say.. their collections) and I mean lots of it. Guess, from the picture you can really see the real quantity they have shelled.
Workers removing oysters from their shell. Yup, it’s a manual job and not auto.
As I head out along Pingsheng Rd, I came to a fisherman’s wharf. Lots of the fisherman and their boats anchored to the jetty.
From there you can take a stroll on Anyi Bridge which is one of the 3 bridges (maybe could be more) that were built across the Tainan canal for locals and tourist to get across from Tainan to Anping. From this bridge you can look across to see Anping Harbour.
Next to the bridge I saw a long queue and as usual, my curiosity brought me there to see what is so good there.
Yup, they were selling ice cream on a cone. Nice to have on a hot day.
Cute little mobile stall in shape of a cartoon character. That really do get the children’s attention.
It was getting late. So, I had to head back to Tainan to catch my train back to Hsinchu. Catching a bus back was easy; #88 or #99.
Saw this robot made of scrap metal. Creative!
Do stay with me on my last posting for this series which will be coming soon. =)