We had lunch in a Taiwanese restaurant with Jessie's family and her colleague, Huei-Ming. Winston played with Jessie's two sons and it was so hard to separate them and take Winston home.
In the night time, we watched the firework and water dance show in Gold Chicken Lake from our house. The road and street were crowded with cars, buses and pedestrians. Of course the honks never stopped again in this big night.
Oct. 2 Visiting an Ecology Farm
Everyday will be a holiday until the 5th of October. Today we went to a Wildlife Farm recommended by Richy's colleague. The Farm must have been invested with big money. It was big. They dig canals around the farms. Geese, black swans, ducks, and fish could be seen everywhere in the rivers. On the green land were goats, deers, camels, horses, and ostriches. We took an electric boat to go around the farm. The boat was slow and easy to be controlled, so we let Winston to steer. He was excited to learn how to steer the boat forward, backward and turn around in a real river. The views were very nice along the river. Everyplace was an excitement to me.
At noon, we went in a very big green house for lunch. The restaurant was (in) the green house. I was so very surprised by the big trees, hills, vines, bamboos, and all other gardening "inside" the restaurant. The roof was partly transparent so the plants could get enough sunshine. There were even small waterways and fountains inside the green house. The whole place was well taken care of and because of so, the air in the room smelled fresh and cool. I think the restaurant was big enough to accommodate 500 diners. The food tasted fresh and good. We went home after lunch and drove 30 mins home.
We did not visit other place but took a walk in our central garden in the neighborhood. Winston and Richy played sand in a Hawaiian style beach with a pool next to it. No kids would want to go home after they stepped into this area, neither would Winston.
We had an easy light supper at home. Richy and Winston played Wii while I updated my blog for the night. What a full-filled holiday!