|Marvelous Mango Dessert|
|Apple, Jeanie, Ken|
at Taiwan's most famous restaurant:
Din Tai Fung
Note: There's a Din Tai Fung
Some say that Taiwan is the best of China. The food, culture, history, and sights are impressive. Taiwan is clean, orderly, and convenient.
Our flight is under two hours from Shanghai to Taipei.
|Apple at her family-owned restaurant|
|Jeanie in front of the original|
Din Tai Fung and
its delicious dumpling
|We enjoy Japanese style hotpot with new friends: Lisa, Rick, Andrea|
|Jeanie enjoys the green tea plantations|
|The gates into Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall|
|National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall|
|Jeanie at the Memorial Grounds|
|Rick, Lisa, Andrea|
|View of Taipei City from Yang Ming Shan|
|Hiking at Yang Ming Shan|
|Andrea enjoys the grass|
|Mother and daughter;|
the ancient art of calligraphy
|Apple takes Jeanie on a great tour|
of the Geo-Park along the north
shore of Taiwan
|Jeanie stands at the Pacific Ocean on the northeast coast of Taiwan|
|Taipei 101, yep,|
|Good night, Taiwan|
we approach the end of our China blog as we leave China in three days, on November 30, 2013.
We aren't quite finished however. We will embark on Ken's eight week sabbatical adventure which we will post and entitle:
The Long Way Home
Finally, we are thankful for God, family and friends. We wish you a wonderful Thanksgiving.
In every thing give thanks: for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus concerning you. 1 Thessalonians 5:18