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我香港與臺北的行程

12 May (香港)
  • 荃灣的中原商場以及鄰里的街坊

12 May (臺北)
  • 士林夜市

13 May (新竹市)
  • 六福村主題樂園

13 May (臺北)
  • 五分埔
  • 蘭州公園 (臨時安排的) - 好多青蛙与螢火蟲

14 May (臺北)
  • 南門市場
  • 中正紀念堂
  • 西門町
  • 西盛的新树教会 (公车坐错了方向把我們帶到了終點站的西盛)
  • 國立國父紀念館 (只看到大門因為當時已經11點晚上了)

15 May (基市)
  • 基隆市
  • 廟口

15 May (瑞芳鎮)
  • 九份

15 May (臺北)
  • 淡水的情人橋與 漁人碼頭
  • 士林夜市 (包括附近的街)

16 May (臺北)
  • 機場

16 May (香港)
  • 機場

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13 Aug
I reached 高雄国际航空站 in the morning. Weather was not good and was in fact drizzling. A typhoon had just passed Taiwan. We alighted from the Eva Air plane right onto the runway where we were picked up by a shuttle bus to the arrival hall. The system could have been better if we alighted not on the runway and at a place with shelter.

We then took a bus from the airport straight to our camp, Hengchun Camp. The journey was long. It was too early a morning and so all the shops along the way were not opened. I could see mountains everywhere.

Hengchun Camp was more like an old camp to me. The camp was there for more than 30 years. The external looked average but then the internal revealed itself. More than 50 soldiers were made to live in a bunk! Fans were not enough! Toilets were at another block and so we actually had to cross to another block just to use the toilet. Toilet facilities were bad too. Some of the showers let out water that could boil an egg! Those were condemmed. The first d…