Those terraced furrows are tea farms that line both sides of the mountain.
I thought this shot of the mountains was nice and forboding, portending the coming storm.
Connie and Robyn pause from stairclimbing to pose for a picture.
A couple takes time out from hiking through the park to spend a peaceful moment napping at the top of Taiwan. We were pretty tired after climbing up all those stairs too!
Monica and Paul stop to enjoy some of the playground equipment. What a bunch of kids!
Ryan pauses to feed the sheep before the trainer came to chase them off. Rogue sheep are a problem in the park, first they start begging for food and then they start begging for money, it’s a bad cycle the trainers work to keep them from.
Coming around the top of the hill, we came across this child-eating metal worm nestled in among playground equipment. (An obvious trap.) We wisely decided to avoid going into the worm’s territory (lest we get stuck inside it) and headed for the more adult-friendly wooden climbing equipment off to the left of this picture.
David and Paul decide to take advantage of the playground equipment.
After watching the guys go over a climbing net, Narissa decides to see what all the fuss is about…
Narissa can’t get up the courage to go backwards or forwards on top of the climbing net. She was eventually rescued by some gallant gentlemen who climbed up and helped her get over her hurdle and go down the other side.