Breakfast was provided by the Minsu we stayed. Nothing fantastic because it’s porridge buffet style with the homecooked dishes. I would prefer the Amercian breakfast instead.
We made our way to Cingjing Farm as Daddy suggested the walking distance was 20 minutes? Zann was feeling grumpy because she didn’t want to walk at all.
The weather outside was misty and dark. Slight drizzle.
The ownder of the Minsu, Mr Zhang called us and said he can bring us to CingJing Farm. It was only I realised that the distance was not 20mins as what Daddy thought. We definitely needed a car ride to reach our destination.
Food for the sheep sold from this vending machine.
Daddy and I were busy feeding the sheeps, while Zann needed alot of persuasion to go near them. I have to assure the gal that it was safe.
Zann was talking to the sheeps, telling them to be good to her. Haha.
Goat milk, anyone?
The sheeps at the Cingjing Fortress were much tamer and cuter. There was a veavy rain soon after when we reached the place. But that didn’t stop us from going near and taking photos.
Our last stop, the Small Swiss Garden.
This marked the end of our day at CingJing. We would be going to Hualian on Day 5 and 6, where we had our unforgettable memories.
A funny video showing the process of feeding the sheeps.