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AB de Villiers AB de Villiers
Jul 31, 2022
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I have visited si kun yu several times, sometimes for a walk, sometimes for a painting. There is no busy urban landscape here, it is a very cell numbers list secluded village, full of red brick ancient houses and gray stone washing houses. I like the alleys here, the twists and turns are comparable to the maze, the houses are close together side by side, and the narrow gaps become the passageways. Occasionally looking up, you will always see longshan temple as the center of the settlement. It is like a hill and occupies part of the sight space. It doesn't look like the stereotype tainan at all. There are no japanese-era buildings, no cafes and restaurants, and no wenqing shops. There are only sleepy old dogs lying on the ground, and old people sitting outside enjoying the cool air and chatting. The tranquility of si kun is essentially different from the alleys in the city. The alleys in the urban area are more like an oasis of tranquility in the middle of the crowd, while the alleys of the four kuns give me the feeling of being isolated from the crowd. Walking here, time calms down, it crawls slowly like a snail, and even makes people forget its existence.
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