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As the third day in Taiwan, weather was being unkind to us as it rained throughout the whole afternoon. You can't really imagine when excitement just got me through and I had been expecting to embrace the large green field that its edge connects with a plain blue sky. But I was backfired. Also maybe I was so blessed that I found the scenery and view of Cing Jing Farm was mercifully amazing even in the mist. I needed no filter for pictures I guess. Each of them was gratefully covered with a natural filter.
We had our breakfast at HoneyBnB before taking chartered bus to Cing Jing.
In the previous entry I had pointed out how attentive the landlord was as he planned the itinerary for us. What worth mentioning is that, he prepared the breakfast wholeheartedly as he prepared the bread by himself. Quoting what the landlord told us "People who have meal here might not feel full but they certainly have it good". Of course, I agreed.
Also, for those who like photography, you might really want to come here. (
I like photography and I like photograph the things I feel nice, I tend to seize the scene and keep it forever with me through camera, so more often than not, people would usually say photos create memories. I certainly agree but there's something irreplaceable that, even, camera would not be able to do that. That's the bond. What I like the most about this BnB is that I felt a bond between us who were travelling, the people here and the entire country.
There was each a book in a room for the guests to leave their note, be it their feelings or anything regarding the stay. I read through almost every notes and I found the greatest thing is that when you look back at the book after some times, the memories are really, irreplaceable.
Helpful and attentive landlord.
For someone who get motion sickness like me, it took countless hardships to travel up the hill to Cing Jing as the roads are narrow and winding. So a suggestion here, consume tablet at least 30mins before the journey.
In Taiwan, you'll get to see stalls or restaurants that serve quick-frying dishes almost everywhere. So we decided to try out before entering Cing Jing farm and we did not take any photo of the food due to utter hungriness.
The entrance fee of Cing Jing Farm is NTD$160/person. It started to rain before we got in hence what welcomed us was the thick mist and damp weather. The day before we went to Cing Jing I had seen my friends posted the photos of them visiting on Facebook and I just could not wait to embrace the blue skies that connect with the large green field already.
Who would have thought the weather got dramatically changed
But alright, we would explore the beauty in this smoky circumstance.
Another side of Cing Jing Farm, a total of 499 steps.
Walking along Cing Jing Farm until you reach at the exit and follow the pedestrian pathway you will get to see stalls, restaurants, souvenirs shop and etc. To go Little Swiss Garden, you have to keep walking down the pathway.
Before the entrance of Little Swiss Garden, you'll get to see a lively happening area where people are savouring tea and coffee, creative areas and etc. The entrance fee of Little Swiss Garden is NTD$120, you will be able to get the ticket at NTD$90 if you're a student like me.
I guess the flowers were still cultivating. You may expect to see blossoms in Feb-March.
If you'd like to have dinner, you could go to Yun Meng Xian Jing (guesthouse). Despite a guesthouse, they also serve outsiders. They are famous for Yun Nan style dishes where you could have sour and spicy dishes over there. But you'd have to order before 7pm.