A need to move

What we did in Taiwan: climb the highest mountain in Taipei then head straight to Shilin market for crispy fried chicken ☁️🍗

Oh, I miss pushing my body to its limit. With no access to the pool and crazy amount of work, I haven’t been moving as much as I’d like.

I need to:

– walk instead of being driven around

– find a sport that I can do weekly

– organise a hike

#throwbacktuesday #needtoexercisemore #taipei

Chinese communication

Met a lovely couple while hiking Taipei’s Qixing Mountain. We used all the Mandarin we could muster for few hours long conversation down hill and a bus ride to Shilin Night Market.

The couple took a group photo of us and sent to my email. Never received a friendly email in Chinese before (they speak Japanese too)!

jianguofeng

He said:
靜君兩姐妹您們好!很高興七星山的巧遇,寄上合照相片並預祝台湾之旅順心愉快。

(Oh man so tough!)

My Kindergarten-standard reply (thanks to Google Translate and my new Chinese/Japanese keyboard):
你好!非常感谢你带领我們在七星山到夜市的路上。ありがとうございます!我們很喜欢台北。請保重!

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So nice to speak more than a few languages and be semi-literate. We can make more friends and able to express our feelings better.

=:D

p/s: The last three words (請保重) made me feel like some Chinese warrior going away for a battle!⚔️