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Wednesday, 15 August 2007



Great entry, thanks for the writing. I enjoy reading your blog, having traveled through China and Korea years ago and worked in Taiwan. And I didn't know you guys went to Greece!! I backpacked through there for about a month and thought it was amazing.

Anyway, great writing, thanks for the descriptions.


What are the small windmills(?) on top of the houses? Are those for generating electricity?

Boots in the Oven

Bonnie, thanks! What an opportunity, to get to work in Taiwan. We'd love to spend more time in that part of the world.

Jeremy, that would be nice... but they're more mundane than that. They're TV antennas! BTW, I hope you're feeling better and healing up.


Great photos as you continue a fantastic-sounding trip! I look forward to reading more of your blog!

Boots in the Oven

Thanks so much, Jack - great blog you have!

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