It took us much effort to go there. No bus goes there directly and it’s too far away for us to ride a motorcycle there. We had no choice but to take a taxi. We chose a bus stop, the nearest from our destination, as the rendezvous, but unfortunately we took different buses to that stop and couldn’t find each other there. It turned out that in Taiwan, some buses take different routes, and therefore bus stops with the same name might be located in different places. By the time we finally got together, the sun was about to set.
Fortunately, by asking the driver to drive as fast as he could, we got there before the garden closed. As to the tulips, well, since I’m not so good at depicting the landscape, please refer to the pictures I uploaded. If possible, please tell me how you would describe the view haha(if you think it’s beautiful too). Just before we left, the clouds in the back dispersed and the beauty was beyond description. Everyone there was just taken aback by the stunning scenery. The dark green of the mountains provided a clear contrast with the multicolored tulips. I think the name ‘heavenly garden’ fits that place very well! I hope one day I can travel around the world to see more flowers and magnificent sceneries.
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Last week, I went to see the tulip with my friends. I have been fond of flowers since my childhood and the tulip is my second favorite flower, just next to the orchid. However, maybe because the climate condition is not appropriate for them to grow, I had never seen tulips in my country. One of my fr