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2018/1/17

[印尼日記] 印尼交換生 Prashant 玩生態旅遊



Last weekend (25/11-26/11) I went on a trip with some of my friends to Pingtung/Kenting. Although it was my second time going there but I was surprised to see so many different things which I had never thought of.
Our journey started from Tainan Station, since there are no direct train to Kenting, our tour company has arranged a car for us from Koushiung; Xinzuoying train station. Here we meet our driver(Xiaoqi). She is one fun loving lady. From there she took us to kenting. It took us two and a half hours to reach there, but with the company of friends and good music, it felt like it got over in a flash. 
At first we arrive at Hengchung, where we first visited at Leshan Eco Con. This store sells many local products and I was amazed to see this place as it has many toys, food and Skulls. Not sure if they were original or they have been carved but they definitely picked my Interest. 
Our next stop was a Hike. we had no idea what kind of hike it was, so of us were hesitating to take it, as most of us hasn’t been on a hike before, but at the end every one of us decided to take it. We were told that we would follow the trail that school children used to take it during the Japanese occupation in Taiwan.
At first our Hike doesn’t seem very hard but the more we went into the forest we realized it was not easy for those school children and for us. It took us way longer to finish our Hike, although it was something I really like. Our tour Guide Mr. Chang showed us toys which children use to play with and it will definitely not consider safe in this times. Our tour guide showed us how they use to make traps for birds and small animals. Like shooting needles through a hollow bamboo stick, although we just tried to shoot wet tissues from them. On our whole journey he taught us how hard the life was back in the days and how kids use to set up traps for their meals and how hard it was for them. He also made us rings with leaf and showed us how to call eagles through a leaf whistle then there was pinwheel and other toys too.
After the hike we were really hungry and exhausted. Now it was the time for lunch. Although I wanted to eat some meat at that time but with our surprise, we have been taken to a small restaurant in the hills. My first impression was not so good about this place but when the food arrived I was stunned by the taste of this local cuisine. I will say I wanted to taste some meat but this was even better. It’s called Yu-Lai-Gu, although I was not sure what it was and how it will taste but was amazing. Later on we were told it’s something very similar to see weeds but its grown on land next to their shop. Later on the shop owner showed us his farm and told us how to grow them.
After stuffing our self with Dumplings and yulaigu, now it was time for some local tea. Our next stop was a local tea field to pick up some tea leaves. We were told it was not a native tea and around 200 years ago it has come from china. Also they were not sure what kind of tea it was since it’s been so old but they say it’s probably a mixture of oolong, black and green tea which is a special blend tea of kenting and surprisingly very expensive. After seeing and picking some leaves from garden, we went to see the processing process of these leaves. There they shoed and taught us how they process the tea. Later they even gave us there tea to taste and with that some delicious and some green tea bread.
It was already dark by now, so it was time for us to go see our hotel. The hotel was super nice with big beds and comfortable bathrooms. After taking rest for couple of hours, we decided to go see the Kenting street (it was not organized by the tour company). There we went to eat Thi food and later went to drink some beers and around midnight we went back.
The next morning, we had to get up early for breakfast and for our first activity. After having breakfast at 8 we went to sea. Our first activity for Day 2 was Canoe on the sea. This was my first time to canoe out on see and as I am not a good summer I was a bit scared, but with two instructed by my side I felt an ease. After being debriefed for an hour and practicing on the beach, now it was time for us to take our canoe to the see, but before that we had to flip our canoe and get back on it. It was one of the most difficult job for me as I am not a good swimmer it took me at list 5 try to get back on it, but it was fun.

After spending couple of hours on see, now it was time for lunch. For our lunch we didn’t had to go very far. Our lunch had been arranged in a community where latter we were taught how to make Tofu. After making Tofu we went to put hermit crab on the beach, as they always have trouble finding home. That was our last activity on this trip. Later that evening company dropped us at the koushiung train station and from there we came back our home.

2018/1/7

[俄羅斯日記] 俄羅斯交換生 Sergei 玩生態旅遊





In this report I want to tell you about one of the most exciting weekends that I had in my Taiwan experience. The last weekend of November I travelled to Kenting National Park located in the southern part of Taiwan in Pingtung county. The trip was hosted by a tour company from Hengchun. Overall we spent there two days and participated in many different activities. Our trip was well-organized, highly informative and very enjoyable. I am thankful to my friends who invited me to share this time with me and to organizers to provide us a high level of hospitality.
Here I want to share some details of our Kenting experience.
Since I and my friends are located in Tainan, we had to deal with transportation issues to the very south of the island. We took a train to Kaohsiung (around 30 minutes) and from there the host company offered us a car to go straight to Kenting. The road took us a little bit more than two hours and it passed really fast while we were chatting with my friends and enjoying a nice view of the south coast of Taiwan from the window.

The first stop in Hengchun is the host company’s office - Leshan Eco Con. There they sell many kinds of souvenirs, local food and products. The company’s office looked very nice with a lot of interesting decorations. After looking around we head our way to the first activity of our journey – the hiking trail.

At the meeting point we were told that the trail we are going to follow has its roots back in a day when Taiwan was a part of Japan. This time (about 60 years ago) life was not the same, roads and infrastructure were not that developed. Because of that reason children from Pingtung county had to take this hiking trail to go to school. They also used to hunt animals along the way. My experience help me to know more about history of this place. Sometimes it’s hard to recognize where modern Taiwan came from and how this place looked like many years ago.

After a short briefing we started our hiking. We were accompanied by the guide, mr. Chang. He had much better outfit for a long walk in the woods than we did, that is why he was leading all the way. He showed us some spots on the trail you would never notice if you do not live there. For example trace of wild pigs which live in the woods there. Also, he showed us some toys that kids who used to use this trail before made. Precisely, a bamboo stick to shoot a small bullet – all of us were allowed to try it ourselves. Except toys he also showed how people used to hunt animals and birds before. He introduced a trap for small animals and that you can set somewhere in the woods – there is a whole science of setting a trap properly which we as people from cities could not imagine. Apart of that he showed how to make another kind of trap for birds. This was especially interesting because he told us that kids used to set this trap on their way to school to check it after. 

Overall, according to milestone signs along the way, the hiking trail was not even more than two kilometers. However, it took us some time to finish it. But it was not that tiresome and sometimes we were accompanied by a light shower rain which was refreshing and enjoyable. The trail had some scenic spots with a nice view so we took a lot of pictures. We managed to arrive to the end of the trail in the afternoon. The car was there to meet us and to take us to a township nearby. 
There, in a small township in the mountains we had our lunch. It was an extremely local place kept by friendly and nice people. They grow some kind of a plant there called Yu-lai-gu, which in direct translation means mushroom that comes with a rain. Although it is not really a mushroom but more a lichen-like plant that they grow on stones there. The plant reminded me of seaweed. The owner showed us a small farm where they installed a setting for this plant and they grow it to sell or to cook for themselves. 

We were curious to try it and the owner cooked some of this plant with garlic, onion and some spices. Also we had a portion of dumplings (although nothing special was about those dumplings, we thought it was the most delicious dumplings we ever tried after such a long way). 
After the lunch we went to have the second activity in our schedule – tea plantation. We arrived to a small community in the mountains and from there our guide – a local woman who is a part of this community followed us to the mountainside. We were told some information about tea growing process and a short history of this place. After that we were instructed how to pick tea leaves and we had a chance to do it. This was a first time in my life picking tea leaves and before I knew little about this process. But for me also it was exciting to know what are the next steps. So our guide explained us how they dry tea leaves after picking them, how they do fermentation and answered all of my curious questions about details of the process. 
We picked some leaves from the bushes and I was curious to try to boil them without any fermentation – I have never picked tea leaves before, so of course I was interested in how they actually do everything. So after we came back from the plantation to community we had a chance to do it. Our guide served two kinds of tea for us – with leaves that we have just picked and with properly prepared tea leaves. The first one barely had any taste and reminded me of some herbal tea I tried before. Whereas the other one was full of flavors and fresh.
We also had some red bean cakes made of tea leaves. 
Our guide also explained us some details about how they serve tea and shared some stories of their lives there. It was a really interesting experience to see how do people leave in those small communities and township in Taiwanese countryside.
When we finished our tea journey we came to our hotel. The host company provided us a really nice accommodation with big rooms and a good breakfast. We took some time resting before going out.
After this, our driver took us to Kenting street – the main street with a lot of small restaurants and tourists spot. We finished our day in one of the local restaurants and later went to a small reggae bar close to the beach. It was a chill and relaxing night with my friends. The weather in Kenting was very nice, which was even more enjoyable considering it was the last weekend of November. 
Next morning we began pretty early. We had our breakfast at around 8am and we left our hotel to have the next activity. This one was also a new thing for me. I have never tried canoe before and there we were supposed to do a canoe trip around a small bay and also go to the sea. The canoe activity center is located near Marine museum and it is also a beach side of Kenting. We had a guide who work as an instructor in this center. We were so excited to start this activity, but the instructor insists that first we should learn some safety instructions and basic rules of canoeing. The safety and organization was for sure a strength of this trip. We had lifejackets and instructors checked the proper adjustment of this and other things. 
So first after our briefing we tried out our skills in a small part of the bay right next to the canoe activity center. We learned basic moves and how to go forward, backward and how to turn. After that we were ready to go into the bay. There we had some time taking photos and having fun, we crossed the bay and landed on the beach on the opposite side to take a short rest and to learn what to do if you flipped your boat. Our instructor showed us some basics how to flip your boat back and how to get on it if you are in the water. It is way harder to do if it is a boat for two and unfortunately I had a partner who flipped our boat four or five times, so I spent a lot of time in water.
After that we decided that we are ready to go into the sea, so our group started to move out of the bay. Me and my partner had some troubles with doing everything simultaneously which is essential if you do canoeing together so at first we could not go straight. It was kind of upsetting to see our group is far ahead of us. However we somehow managed to reach their level soon (mostly because they stopped to wait for us and take a rest, but nevermind). On our way back we reached some sort of cooperation and our journey back to canoe center was much more pleasant and effective. Luckily we did not flip our boat that time so we did not stuck there trying to get back on it. 
After the sea it was so enjoyable to take a hot shower. Also we were so tired rowing the whole morning, so we were craving for lunch. 
Our lunch was provided by the local community. It was pick-and-choose kind of a lunch, so we had a great variety of options – vegetables, meat, fish soup – everything was cooked in a local way and everything was extremely delicious. After our tiresome canoe trip we all agreed that this food was the best so far (I’m sorry dumplings from the previous day). 
After the lunch in the same community we were introduced to the last point in our schedule – making tofu. In Kenting they have their own special way to make tofu from soy milk. Because Kenting is a sea region of Taiwan, everything in their lives somehow related to the sea. Even such an ordinary product like tofu they make with using sea salt. 
We had some short presentation about tofu in this region – how they make it and a brief history. Then, we had a chance to help local people to mix ingredients together and to put tofu in a special press. While we were waiting for the process to be finished, locals gave us some soy milk with douhua – sort of a soy milk pudding. We also received some souvenirs with sea salt.
When tofu was ready, we all had a chance to try it – fresh and flavorful. 
It was also a new kind of experience for me, regarding that before I came to Taiwan I knew nothing about tofu. In my country soy milk does not play a big role in people’s lives, so people are not aware even what exactly tofu is. Something from Asia – that’s where our knowledge ends.
Before leaving Kenting, we did one more thing. In Kenting National Park they have a lot of land crabs, they live nearby the ocean. Sometimes land crabs leave their shells (for the purpose which is unclear for human beings) and tourists they pick those shells and take them home. So me and my friends we collected some of those shells to give it back to land crabs. On those shells we left our names written and each of us left a short message for people to know that those shells should not be taken away because it is someone else’s home.

On our way back to Tainan we were sleeping, tired but happy.

2018/1/4

[荷蘭日記] 荷蘭交換生Frank 玩生態旅遊



But I will summarize it here first:
Last weekend (25/26 November 2017) some friends and I were taken on a trip around Pingtung, Taiwan. It was awesome except for one extremely unfortunate and quite terrible accident.
During the trip we went hiking, canoeing, tea-leave picking and making tofu. All of these activities were done in conjunction with the real locals, people who normally probably don’t really get many foreign visitors but who were very excited to show us their activities and way of life. It was amazing, and if you ever want to do something similar yourself, do not hesitate to contact Lishan Eco Com (tagged above). Anyway, here comes the whole 2000something word report:
In the weekend of 25&26 November 2017, some friends (one from Ecuador, one from Russia and one from India) and I (from the Netherlands) took a trip to Pingtung, hosted by a tour local tour company from Hengchun. Having been to Pingtung/Kenting 4 times before I thought I probably already saw most of it, but nothing is less true. We had many adventures and did many amazing things, and in this report I will detail them out for you and tell you why I strongly recommend this trip to everyone who gets the chance.
Since there is no train directly to Kenting, we had to take a train to Kaoshiung (Xinzuoying). When we arrived there, we were picked up by a lovely lady called Xiaoqi. At first we weren’t sure where to go, but lucky for us everything was arranged perfectly and we got a message telling us exactly where to meet her. From here, we were driven to Pingtung. In the car we had full control over the music, so we were able to play whatever we wanted. A nice touch.
After arriving in Hengchung, we first went to visit Leshan Eco Con. Their office is basically a store which sells many different local products, ranging from small toys to house decorations and food.
We all found the company to be very cool, and so we were excited to see what’s next. After looking around a little bit more and having a sanitary break, we then went on to the next stop. Having seen the schedule beforehand, we knew what was waiting for us: A hike. However, we didn’t know exactly what kind of hike it was going to be, but upon arriving at our starting point we were told that we would follow the trail that school children used to follow to go to school during the Japanese occupation of Taiwan.
After a short briefing, we started our walk. One thing we found out is that school children did not have it easy in the past. The walk would take them about an hour both ways (although due to our size it would have taken us much longer, but we didn’t walk to the whole path). Aside from the walk itself, we were told by our tour guide Mr. Chang that they used to make their own toys. Now being told is one thing, but he then showed us multiple things that they used to play with: A small piece of hollowed out bamboo in which they would put a small piece of wet paper, and then shoot it out. The kids would use these to see who could shoot the furthest (see photo for an example of this toy). Something else he showed us was how to build traps and snares. These would be used to catch animals ranging from small birds to mountain boars (different traps of course). The most interesting thing that he taught us here was that kids used to put these traps up in the morning on their way to school, and then they would find their prey in it when they went back in the afternoon.
Not only is this in itself a pretty incredible thing for kids to be able to do, but more than that it also showcases the true impact of the “Taiwan Miracle”. To see this with your own eyes and learn it by seeing how people used to live is an eye-opening experience, and one that I am very glad to have had.
Unfortunately, during the latter part of our hike, one of the groupmates lost his balance and landed weirdly on his leg, thus getting a fracture in his fibula (a bone in the calf). Because of this an ambulance had to be called, and we had to carry him safely to the end of the hiking trail. Even though this was an extremely unfortunate incident, he was taken care of extremely well. Two organisers took him all the way back to Tainan by themselves, to go to NCKU hospital. They came back the same night but had a pretty tiring trip because of it. The emergency response was, overall, pretty amazing.
Because of this emergency, our schedule was slightly delayed, but at around 2:30pm we finally arrived at the location where we were supposed to have lunch. We didn’t really know what to expect for lunch, but after the hike and everything that was happening around it, we were pretty hungry. And boy, was it good. To be honest we still don’t really know what we ate, but in Chinese it is called Yu-lai-gu, which literally translated to rain-comeout-mushrooms. But they are not really mushrooms. It’s more akin to seaweed (see photo). Now I know this might sound kind of strange, but all of us agreed that this lunch was extremely good (I would say one of the best we’ve ever had but I don’t want to exaggerate too much). Anyway, there were basically two dishes: One “seaweed” with egg, which a little bit spicy and very delicious. The other was a sort of dumpling with the “seaweed” inside, as well as the things you might find in regular dumplings. After this we were taken out to the field to see how the food is grown, but unfortunately we were behind schedule and couldn’t spend too much time there.
Next we went to a local tea field to pick tea leaves. We were told that tea is not native to Kenting as I thought, but rather it was brought in by the Chinese. Because they brought in different types of tea (Oolong, black and green), and it was kind of mixed, the tea from Kenting is now a special blend of tea. Because of the rain we did not get to spend too much time collecting tea leaves, which was just as well considering that due to the season there was not a lot to pick anyway. However, we did learn something new about tea, and we did manage to find some tea leaves. After picking the leaves it was time to head back to the company to learn a little bit about how tea is processed, and more importantly why. Or that is, we learned later why this is important. The way we were taught was by trying: First we tried tea that was properly processed like you would find it in stores normally, and after that we made “tea” with the fresh leaves we had just picked. Both were nice, but the first one was much better than the second one. Another thing we thoroughly enjoyed was some kind of green tea bread we were given to eat (see photo).
After the tea programme we were supposed to go to the beach and do some other activities, but due to delays and unsatisfactory weather we ultimately didn’t go there, and went back to the hotel instead. This hotel turned out to be super nice, with huge and comfortable beds and bathrooms. Because we were all pretty tired due having gotten up early and a slightly chaotic day, we decided to stay there for a little bit and take a short nap. After about an hour we were taken by Xiaoqi to Kenting Street where we had a free program, doing whatever we want. We decided to have some dinner and drinks. One tip for those who plan to go in this trip in the future: If you stay in Hengchun, and go out in Kenting Street, it will be very hard to get a taxi after midnight. So keep this in mind (we ended up having to ask the police for help ordering a taxi for us, which took about an hour from when we left the bar).
The next day breakfast was served at 8am. A bit early considering we got home at about 2:30am but that was our own fault, and anyway we survived. Breakfast was toast, some fruit and a Taiwanese tea-egg. It was very simple but it tasted really good.
After breakfast we went towards our first activity, and it was an awesome one. I had been swimming before in Taiwan, but this time we went to canoe out on the sea. Now I know this sounds a bit dangerous, but at no point we felt like we were in danger at all. We just had a ton of fun. Before we went out on the sea we had a practice inside a bay, until all of us were comfortable enough canoeing that we wouldn’t get lost out at sea or drown (not that that every was a real concern anyway but still).
When we were all comfortable with our skills, we set out to canoe to a beach at the other side of the bay. Our goal was to get to this beach, and once we got there to do some “canoe flips” and try to get back on the boats by ourselves. This may sound like it’s quite easy, but for most of us it turned out it was not quite easy. I mean, flipping a canoe is not that hard of course, and neither is turning it back around. BUT then comes the hard part: actually getting back on the boat. I think me trying to get back on was a supremely funny thing, so at least other people were entertained while I was suffering. But in all seriousness, I think it is a vital skill when you go out on the “open sea” on a canoe, and of course it was also really fun to do. After practicing flipping and the like we went for another, slightly more challenging trip. It was then that one of our groupmates saw a huge seaturtle stick its head out of the water. Unfortunately, I didn’t personally see it but if you’re lucky enough you might.
The last stop on our trip came after the canoe adventure. After taking a hot shower and changing back to our normal clothes, we went to a community center around the corner from the canoe-rental place. Here we were told to wait a minute while the food was being set up. We quickly found out we were to join a buffet-style lunch with the local community. Similar to the first day, the second day’s lunch was once again extremely good. The dishes ranged from simple vegetable, to seaweed and Taiwanese style sweet and sour pork. Maybe it was because we were hungry from the morning’s exercise, but we once again were very amazed by the quality of the food. Personally, I had 2 servings because I was enjoying it so much. Another important thing to mention here is that most of the dishes contained tofu, since this community makes its own salty tofu.
This was the second to last activity: Making tofu. Now none of us had any idea how tofu was made, but we found out the process is very, very fast. Starting from when the soy milk was put together with the mixing ingredient until the tofu was set it took about 20 minutes. Incredible. The funny thing is that this particular type of tofu is made using salty sea water extract, which makes the tofu itself salty as well. It was quite unique and very tasty.
After the tofu there was one last activity: Putting hermit crab shells back on the beach. Since they have trouble finding their “houses”, the local community has taken it upon itself to provide them. They do so by taking them from fishermen and putting them back on the beach. In order to make sure that tourists don’t take them as souvenirs, we wrote a marking on them as well (our name and KTNP: Kenting National Park, plus a personal message).

As I said in the beginning, this was an extremely memorable trip and I think that everyone who gets the chance should try it at least once. If I were to give it a grade on a scale out of 10, I would give it a 10. This due to the people who organize the trip, the people who are part of the communities and the activities that you get to undertake during the trip.

2017/7/23

墾丁ㄟ市集─野餐音樂會&半島遊樂園(小火車)

所有有關墾丁大灣舉辦的市集消息,
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活動網址:http://kt-market.blogspot.tw/

活動地點:大灣旅遊中心(屏東縣恆春鎮墾丁路451號)
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email:kenting.market@gmail.com

主辦單位:屏東縣政府墾丁國家公園管理處
承辦單位:里山生態有限公司森社場所
協辦單位:屏東縣民宿協會恆春光市場週末市集、東日風景、台灣海洋休閒運動發展協會光影木木


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2017/5/23

暑期夏令營:小水滴的奇幻漂流

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4天3夜的豐富行程完全不用錢喔(需要繳交保證金1000元)。
名額共有24位,優先開放給屏東縣內的3~6年級國小生,要報名要快!
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2017/5/15

「尋找社計師」─2017墾丁生態社區文創設計營



▲ 活動緣起
墾丁地區擁有豐富的自然資源與地理景觀和內涵精彩的人文歷史,近年來墾丁社區紛紛發展生態旅遊,保存也發揚恆春半島的自然生態。為讓更多人知道恆春半島特有豐富的人文和生態資源,墾丁國家公園管理處辦理墾丁生態社區設計營,活動主題訂為「尋找社計師」,召募設計科系學生,結合生態旅遊社區的產業發想與創新設計,邀請設計科系專業師資和專家業者,擔任講師及評委,將參與學員的提案以商品化做為主要目標,為社區發展出更多不同產品。

▲ 辦理單位
主辦單位:墾丁國家公園管理處
承辦單位:里山生態有限公司
協辦單位:墾丁生態旅遊社區

▲ 時間地點
時間:2017年8月14-18日(五天四夜)
地點:墾丁國家公園管理處、恆春半島生態旅遊社區

▲ 參加費用
活動免費,包含使用材料、保險及食宿。經主辦單位審查通過後之報名成功學員,需繳交1000元保證金;全程參與活動者,活動保證金於當日活動結束後親領退還,未參與及未全程參與者,保證金恕無法退還。

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國內大專院校的設計科系學生,需要具有商品模擬打樣的繪圖能力,預計召募26位,每2人一組。
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2017/5/8

2017墾丁生態旅遊社區徵求駐村藝術家作品!


2015年開始,墾丁國家公園管理處公開徵求駐村於社區的藝術家作品,陸續有里德社區、港口社區、龍水社區和水蛙窟部落獲得藝術家的進駐機會分別完成作品。藝術家駐村期間,他們利用本身的藝術才華,以多樣的觀點和視角創作出結合社區、自然、生態及人文等元素的藝術作品。今年墾管處要繼續召募駐村藝術家,到社區挖掘更多不同樣貌。歡迎有興趣的藝術家,進駐社區,與居民、自然互動和對話,用您們的能量在土地上發想和創作,帶領社區往更開闊多元的面向發展。

【駐村地點】
1.本次有社頂部落、大光社區、永靖社區、後灣社區等社區參與,決選將從藝術家提供的作品計畫中挑選出2件不同的社區藝術作品,並以該計畫設定之社區作為駐村地點。駐村地點資料請見附件四。
2.駐村地點照片圖檔和相關資料可至活動網站下載。

【駐村時程】
駐村日期:2017年9月1日至9月30日(共一個月)。

【申請時間】
即日起至2017年7月7日,可以紙本或電子檔方式進行申請。

活動詳細資訊,請上網站查詢:http://kt-artist.blogspot.tw/

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