29
Sep
07

Erluanbi

We went for a quick visit to Erluanbi (also known as Eluanbi) to see the lighthouse which was put up to prevent foreign ships from coming ashore.  The aborigines apparently had this habit of killing everyone aboard, so foreign governments petitioned China, who controlled Taiwan at that point, to put up a lighthouse to warn sailors off from coming ashore.

The park provided us a nice volunteer tour guide.  We were in a bit of a rush, so we were hustling down the paths and didn’t follow the whole scenic walkway along the beach.  I ended up feeling a bit fuzzy and getting heat exhaustion.

 

 

From the walk to the beach:

 

I love the colors of the water in the tidepool.

 

Was definitely heat-exhuasted by this point…

 

 

 

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