4. May 2010 06:30
The past weekend, I went to 玉山 (Y Shan). Highest mountain in Taiwan. It's name means Jade Mountain.
In this post, I'm just going to focus a bit on the bus-trip there, since that accounted for a pretty big part of the trip.
This is Kiara Guerra from Ecuador. Says she loves talking. Especially about politics.
This is Pak Songyee, Korean. Loveable person.More...
20. September 2009 16:47
I just spended my whole weekend driving around with the rotary crew all of a sudden. An unforgettable experience I must say. Let me explain to you why.
First of all, Taiwanese people are crazy about karaoke. So when I got onto the tourbus and took my seat, I suddently found out that the vehicle was a driving karaoke bar. Unfortunately for me, my seat was just on top of the subwoofer.
This was not the only television, as you can see on the follow picture, the whole bus was pretty well equipped:
There were also a few very old english songs. I tried to sing Last Christmas with Joni, but the idiots who made the music for the karaoke-track on that one couldn't hold the rythm so we failed pretty bad. Just afterwards, we took another song, which is far superior: Sting and the Police with Every Breath You Take, and the whole bus applauded noisily when it was done. I think I did so-so, but of course that doesn't matter when it's the first time the people hear the famous white-haired european sing karaoke.
Okay, a lot of pictures are going to be in this post, so prevent it from being too spammy, I'm going to break it up here. Click into it to read on, really! More...