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.
And this is the boring Canadian who sat next to me.
Here we're at some place dubbed Lamungan it seems. Only for a short while though.
It's okay though. I had lots of people to talk with. Managed to place myself in a pretty good spot right in the middle of everything.
Mexicans Karla Reyes and Marte Cazarez Duarte.
So, we went to some kind of aboriginee village of sorts. Where they make ceramics.
This girl has a talent for getting into pictures.
The Canadian finally woke up. On the right is Tammy Lin, district secretary and circus leader for the Taiwanese Rotary.
Flying Canadian Chris Boucher. See, now he's awake and a bunch of fun all of a sudden.
Talin Erdogan from Turkey has a DSLR too. It's a little smaller though. She wants a big one like mine, she says, since her sister has a big camera too.
American Maria Emilia.
Constantin be taking pictures of me!
Ceramic pillow. Am glad this kind of stuff isn't the fashion anymore.
They're painting with water on hot stones.
Poor circus leader. I don't really get the point of all these group photos myself, so I didn't bother to put up many. Tallest pot in the world right there behind the people. It's not the biggest one, though.
Aboriginee rice wine. Worse than Chinese vodka.
And we're in the mountains. Lots of fog here. Or rather - clouds.
Dominic Fladland, Wisconsin.
Strange isn't it? It was really cool being inside the clouds like this. Can see almost nothing.
Look at how peoples clothes completely changed. 2km up in the sky, it's pretty cool. Kind of like Danish climate. Fauna look much more similar to a Danish forest too.
So yeah. We're in the mountains now. You'll have to wait a bit for another post with all the gorgeous photos I took of the mountains.