Zla'od wrote:A snake-market begins on the corner of Chang Tso-Lin Road, which has bars called the Teagarden and Talifu, and is near a Crooked Pond. (Could this be Wanhua?)
A Sandalmakers Road leads into a Temple Lane, so named for its several "Hindu" (specifically Vaisnava) temples. (Has Taiwan EVER had a Hindu temple?)
Quilt Street is a red-light district.
yuli wrote:A reference to a Hindu temple in Taipei: http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog-e ... /tpod.html
StevenCrook wrote:The lower picture labeled as 'Painting at Hindu temple' shows a pretty standard folk/Taoist temple door god.
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