Not that I am selling shoes today, but my orange shoe does look catchy, doesn't it?  Mind you, the shoe or shoes are already 2 years old.  They still look brand new, don't they?  I didn't Photoshop or nothing to make it look like new, okay? People who know me say that my feet (or shoes) in this case do not touch the ground or floor or any surface when I walk. That's why my shoes last forever and always look like new.  Anyway, enough about my orange shoe. That's not my topic today. This picture was taken when we sat inside this glass bottom cable car in Taipei. Beneath us, all that green stuff was the tree tops and woodsy area. We were actually thousands of feet above the ground. I managed to find this photo below from http://journeysofyourlife.wordpress.com/ to show the perspectives

 

Not that I am selling shoes today, but my orange shoe does look catchy, doesn’t it?  Mind you, the shoe or shoes are already 2 years old.  They still look brand new, don’t they?  I didn’t Photoshop or nothing to make it look like new, okay?  People who know me say that my feet (or shoes) do not touch the ground or floor or any surface when I walk.  That’s why my shoes last forever and always look like new.

Anyway, enough about my orange shoe.  That’s not my topic today.  This picture was taken when we sat inside this glass bottom cable car in Taipei.  Beneath us, all that green stuff was the tree tops and woodsy area.  We were actually thousands of feet above the ground.  I managed to find this photo below from http://journeysofyourlife.wordpress.com/ to show the perspectives.

 

Glass bottom cable car in Taiwan.  It is like a 45-minute ride one way to the destination.  And another 45-minute ride down.  All that for less than 20 bucks a person.  Behind it was the tallest building in Taiwan, the 101 Tower.
Glass bottom cable car in Taiwan. It is like a 45-minute ride one way up to the destination. And another 45-minute ride down. All that for less than 20 bucks a person. Behind it was the tallest building in Taiwan, the 101 Tower.  It was once the tallest building in the world, but now it is probably the # 3, I think.