Friday, March 4, 2011

Mad Cute Sheep at Chin Jing Farm!

On day 6 of my Taiwan trip, we set off early in the morning to Chin Jing farm which was located on top of a hill. You know how I’ve always complained about the road to Genting, but the journey we had was so much worse! In order to reach the farm, we had to change 3 times of bus and lastly a cab which totaled up to approximately 2 hours!

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By the time we reached our destination, Stepf and Wing were already puking their lungs out. I was feeling sick in the stomach but not to the extent of puking, since I managed to sleep through the entire journey.

Taken in front of the highest 7 eleven in Taiwan. This was right after the girls were done puking XD

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Chin Jing Little Swiss.

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Quickly got myself a cup of hot coffee to ease my stomach.

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Michael and Frank who were our tour guide. Is that a glowing holy grail or what? Jeez.

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Posing with the famous Open (weird name) in 7 eleven. Why don’t we have cute cartoon characters in the 7 eleven here???

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好可爱的拉车阿伯!

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Little Swiss wasn’t the highest top yet. From the concept restaurant, we took a cab all the way up to the farm. Beautiful right!!!

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The moment I reached there, I had completely got over the awful journey! It felt like all our sufferings were actually worth it!

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Cheat one. No sheep show also. I think we went on the wrong day.

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It was winter so the grass wasn’t green.

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Frank made a perfect jumping Buddha wtf. He’s so cute!

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Oh look, sheep!!!!!

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Ready for some sheep feeding time!

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Instruction on how to feed them. We bought a box of sheep food each from the vending machine. They all looked more like shit than food.

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Believe it or not, Mike is really good with sheep. Apparently we have to “Baaaaaaaaa” and not “Mehhhhhhhh” at the sheep to lure them over! Mike mimicked it perfectly I almost thought he was a sheep reborn!

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On a closer look, Mike does resemble these sheeps. Hiak hiak.

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Cute little lambs were only allowed to eat grass.

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Awww look at them! With their fur so white and clean and soft omgosh can I bring one home as my pet???

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I mean look at them! So young and innocent and adorable!!!

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We probably spent abut an hour there admiring the sheep as if we have never seen one in our life before. Indeed, that was my first time seeing a real sheep!

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Before bidding farewell to the sheep. I look like a dumpling all wrapped up! Couldn’t help since it was too cold up there.

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Stepf and I.

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Breathtaking mountain view.

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排排站。

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Silhouette.

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One of our many jump shots. Mike the attention seeker! Pfft.

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No you don’t want to sit or lie on that grass. To be honest there was sheep dung everywhere! LOL.

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Two men were found dead slaughtered by the black sheep wtf.

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Bromance.

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Bromance 2.

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These guys are really good with jump shots.

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And I have to admit, I’m pretty good at capturing the right moment also. Teehee.

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Be careful where you step on. That’s what I was talking about!

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HAHA I hope you aren’t eating as you read this! Nope, I’m not done with my Chin Jing Farm’s post yet. Don’t wanna make a long boring blog post so I shall continue our horse riding experience on the next one! :)

3 comments:

Ashleyteng said...

sheeps are so cute !!!
=)
how much u spent on the taiwan trip kate?

Copykate said...

ashley: spent about RM2000+ only (not including flight ticket). we stayed at friends' place in taiwan :)

sirei said...

yeah.. our 7-11 sucks big time!
we should have a cute mascot!
and the sheep really loves mike lol