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The path swept through a coastal forest for a short distance and ended on a country road facing a farm of some sorts. I took a photograph of the funny looking birds in the yard and went around the bend in the road to explore. Turns out it was just an access road to an industrial-scale pig farm of some kind. The stench was unbearable so I turned back and headed back to the highway. A temple and a farm all in one? Burning stuff on the side of the highway. Riding through thick clouds of smoke makes me want to get a mask. Instead I just hold my breath awhile. I soon encountered another hazard of riding in Taiwan: It is common for people living in rural areas to burn trash and vegetation, sometimes quite close to the road.

I am quite sure it is awful to breathe this stuff in so I do my best to pass through as quickly as I can. Solar power over the coastal wind farms of Hsinchu county. While resting on the side of the highway near Houlong another long distance cyclist passed me by. I can tell by the clothing and the posture—he knew what he was doing and where he was going. I have not interacted with many people on the road so far. I drop in on convenience stores and engage in the usual exchanges that govern consumerism. Sometimes I wave at people in rural areas to elicit a reaction. I will wink at schoolchildren and share a secret laugh with wide-eyed toddlers. An abandoned building just outside of Houlong.

There were more units in this complex than I had time to explore. Heading into Houlong for a late lunch I came across an abandoned building with many different units. It was a concrete paradise, all dull angles and ingrained history. The local people had taken to dumping garbage in some units whereas others were home to the original furnishings that once adorned these dwelling places. Taiwan has a severe addiction to concrete. Down in Houlong proper I stopped for dumplings and corn soup. I recharged my batteries, washed up, and hit the road again, heading south through Miaoli county.

Again I found myself racing the setting sun. I was less than halfway as the sun began its journey below the horizon. As on my first day, most of my ride would be done in darkness. Moonrise over Miaoli county. Leaving the coastal plains of Hsinchu for the hills of Miaoli was a refreshing change. I had expected there to be little in the way of settlement along this winding mountain road. Instead, it seems to have been developed into some kind of upscale community overlooking the city. Big homes towered over most of my ascent and luxury cars passed me as I struggled to gain altitude. This is partly why I cut through the hills instead of going around through the city—I really enjoyed the descent that night.

It also struck me as a good way to avoid city traffic. Plus I am inclined to get off the beaten trail and explore Taiwan.

Riding on the main roads gets boring some of the time. Climbing into the mountains and breathing in the fresh air is worth ln extra effort. Eventually I rejoined a major road leading down into Wabt, somewhere in the middle of Miaoli county. I kept to the highway on ho outside of town and swept by it without fanfare. I entertained drrinks idea of booking a hotel in Sanyi and calling it a night; by now it was getting close to 10 pm. Halfway between Tongluo and Sanyi I stopped at the side of the road for a short break. I had a black sesame mochi in my pouch and I pulled it out to polish it off. Looking around I saw nothing more than rice paddies and distant lights.

The crescent moon hovered in the sky, the pinprick of stars pierced the night, and the jagged outline of mountains ringed the horizon. There was no sound apart from the gurgle of water pumps and the faint click-clack of the traffic light mechanism cycling through its program now and then. I slugged back some water and contemplated my surroundings, letting my mind empty out.

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Hakka culture has had a resurgence in recent years and a lot of effort has been made to preserve the language and educate people about one of Taiwan's largest ethnic minorities. There are many 'Hakka Villages' all over Taiwan, but Beipu is known as one of the most important and most successful in preserving the heritage of the Hakka people. I've visited Beipu quite a few times. I'm a big fan of its old street and the restaurants in the village. It's not a very long drive from where I live, so I tend to visit when I have no real plans for the day and want to have something good to eat and drink.

An old open-air mansion converted into a popular tea-house. Beipu fortunately has retained its old charm, so you are still able to visit any day of the week and have a great time and not have to wait in long lines to have something to eat or drink some tea. Narrow alleys between houses on the old-street. The village is always at its busiest on the weekends, so I wondered what it would be like to go over on a weekday.


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