[ Keelung ] Follow the Typhoon Tides to a Museum for 2012

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 [ 以後不對外開放的潮境點 ]  

I have a special mission on my second visit to this particular Youth Travel Spots in Taiwan this time. Part of that was to experience the living of seaside towns. I must say, Keelung is one of the more unique seaside villages/towns. It doesn\'t ... (continue reading...)


這次是我第二次來探訪基隆, 不過這次有個 special 的使命. 基隆是個和其他海港城市有點不同的地方, 當許多海港城市在沒落時, 它卻找到了許多出路, 無論是國際船務貿易, 或是興建得過國際建築設計獎的大型博物館等, 在舊的老街巷弄中, 在荒廢的珊瑚建築間, 時間...
... 短暫停留, 我們追隨著熱情當地人輕鬆的步調, 看著這些變化與無變化帶給了這個海港城市不同的生命力.

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... fall behind its time; in fact, it\'s trying to catch up with time by introducing more large-scale changes to the place that aim to bring new things (other than commercial trade) and concept to its people.


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一早就充滿活力的一天, 除了熱情的主辦人員, 還遇到了許多舊朋友和新朋友. 無論活動內容有多好, 參加活動, 團友和主辦單位的精神真的很重要! 這是我參加了 N 次壯遊和遊學台灣的體會啦. 
Another day filled with lots of things on our itinerary. Was happy to see the same organizers again (since my last Keelung Ghost Festival excursion 2 years ago). But also glad to have met some old friends and new friends on this trip.


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搭巴士前往我們的第一站 - "綠色隧道".
Taking our bus to the first stop to see the "Green Tunnel".
 

第一站的綠色隧道, 是個非常適合拍照的景點, 之後這邊會有火車站.
Named the "green tunnel" because of the way the trees grow here. 
 

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當我們都在玩跳拍的同時, 有同學發現了在這樹木中沈睡的青蛙..看起來就像小朋友眼睛瞇起來在睡覺.
We were all doing some "jump shots" when someone noticed that there was a frog sleeping in this trunk. It just looked like a baby with its eyes closed.
 

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在長潭社區, 我們跨過一座小橋就離開了台灣島. 這邊有著當時台灣首座填海造路的建築和以海水作為冷卻水的發電廠.
We walked across a bridge that led us away from the island of Taiwan to a community area. Here, an island was "created" to bulid the first fire power plant that sat on artificial land and used sea water to cool the power generators.
 

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一端看海港, 一端看這個建築. 這個呢, 是還在興建中的海科館. 規模很大, 是未來八斗子的主要景點之一. 這海科館的前身可是個很大的火力發電廠 - 北部火力發電廠, 建於昭和 14 年, 也就是民國 28 年. 當時是以八斗子採的“黑金" (煤礦)為主要的燃料, 成為當時供給北部電力的主要來源. 
We could see the harbour on one side, the other side was the National Museum of Marine Science and Technology under construction. 
 

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從船隻的造型和上面放的漁俱和它的編號就可以知道這艘船有多大, 是在海上補些甚麼. 船前面有那凸起來的那塊其實是用來在船頭加些重量, 這樣在遇到大風大浪時, 船就不會在前進時因前面太輕而上揚, 讓引擎空轉耗油. 還有船的前面有特殊的工具, 這是特別捕旗魚用的.


From the design, ID number and the fishing equipment on the ship, we could tell what is this fishing boat\'s size and what kind of things it fishes. Fishing boats have the "weight" at the front of the boat are more fuel efficient when they are sailing through large waves. Fishing boats with large lamps are usually for fishing at night and those with harpoon-like things at the front of the boat were used to catch marlins. 
 

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每一顆都上千元的大頭燈, 主要是在黑夜補些向光性強的特定的漁獲  (例如鎖管).
The huge lamps ont he boats cost a fortune because these super bright lights are used to attract fish/squid that surface to the water when there\'s light. 
 

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海港一角.
By the fishing village.


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潮境公園的前身是個垃圾掩埋場, 但最後應飽和了, 所以另外綠化和規劃成了環保公園.
The Tidal Zone Park - This place used to be a disposal/burial site for waste. But it couldn\'t take any more trash so it was transformed into a greener and more reusable piece of land. 
 

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公園的裝置藝術, 都是用環保材料搭建的, 連海邊的那欄杆也是用回收品製成. 
Decorative art in the park. The materials that were used to make these as well as the "fences" you see in the photo were all recycled material.
 

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潮境公園.
View from the Chaojing (Tidal Zone) Park
 

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最近颱風剛過, 浪還是很大.
The typhoon just passed by a day ago but the waves were still pretty unpredictable.
 

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我們在大日曝光下來到了可以觀海景的潮境美食館.
The August sun could be intolerable. We were happy to have reached the restaurant where we had our lunch.
 

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快熱昏時來一杯冬瓜茶超讚的啦! 還有這些是我們豐盛的午餐.
The restaurant offered us a cool drink when we got in. It was the right thing at the right time. The other photo shows all the food that had been prepared for us.
 

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很棒的日式中餐, 我們還有三種主菜的選擇, 最後我選這鹽烤魚.
We had 3 main course options to choose from. Many of us chose the fish. 
 

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餐廳在二樓的窗戶可以看見海邊的景色, 而且外面沒什麼人.
The restaurant has a pretty nice view of the harbour.
 

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外面的浪可以大到如雷擊鼓啊.
When a wave hit, it could generate a sound that sounds similiar to a group doing drums.
 

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海洋的顏色.
The pretty waves 

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國立海洋科技博物館還沒完工, 所以在潮境公園裡有個籌備處. 這個像是用清水模 style 建構的籌備處之後就不對外開放, 所以我們這次也算是特別的紀錄啦.
The National Museum of Marine Science and Technology is not yet completed. So in the park, we find an office set up to do the preparation work for the operation. This building will not be open to the public once the museum is completed so I suppose we got to document the process.
 

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國立海洋科技博物館的計畫 - 這有許多不同的主題館, 2012 年會先開放一館, 其他館再陸續開放. 這個看起來十分龐大的計畫, 相信會帶動當地的繁榮.
The plan for the National Museum of Marine Science and Technology. The first pavilion will be completed and open to the public in 2012. The rest of the pavilions and IMAX theatre will be open after. This massive project will hopefully bring new life and energy to the local economy.
 

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現在的籌備處地下室放了許多在隔離中的海洋生物. 
In the current building, we passed by an area where marine creatures were placed in quarantine before they can be released to the larger water tanks.
 

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一旁也放了許多標本.
The inside are filled with a lot o f "dead" things.
 

我們到了深海生物的展示間裡看到一些很特別的展示品. 一進門就可聞到福馬林的味道.
We went to a room on the upper floor that has a temporary exhibit on deep sea creatures. As we stepped into the room, we could smell of formalin.
 

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這個看起來很 OMG 的東西是標本!左邊的是小鯊魚, 右邊的 mini 版鯨鯊. 鯨鯊其實不是鯊魚, 也不是鯨魚, 而是張著大嘴喝浮游生物的大魚. 鯊魚不是魚, 其實鯊魚若不持續游, 讓水流過牠的鰓話, 牠是會溺斃的.
These two OMG looking things are baby shark and baby whale shark that were taken out of the body of their mother when the mother was caught. But they couldn\'t survive so they ended up here.
 

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燈籠魚!許多深海魚都無法在不同的壓力環境下生存, 所以就算抓到, 能活個幾天後, 還是會變成標本類的東西.
The lantern fish (remember Nemo?? xP)  A lot of the deep sea fish cannot live outside of their comfortable pressured zone (pressure level in deep sea is very different from elsewhere). So even if they were caught and kept a live for a few days, they will eventually die.
 

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台灣 -  養殖王國.
An exhibit that talks about Taiwan as a aquaculture kingdom.
 

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我一旁的這個看起來很神祕的液體, 裡面是些養給魚吃的活生物.
The cylinders with flourescent colours contain some zooplankton for fish to feed on.
 

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這種螃蟹還滿有意思的, 看起來一動也不動的像顆大石頭. 但殼上還爬了一些類似海葵的東西.
These crabs looked kinda interesting. They look like rocks.  There are also things growing on its arms and legs. 
 

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這隻魚舊是喜歡待在這蟹的繁邊.
This fish seems to enjoy staying near the crab.
 

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美輪美奐的珊瑚與海葵.
All the beautiful displays of corals and sea ananome.
 

 

這棵裡面有綠光, 應該是用來吸引食物過來的.
This sea anaome has a glowing green light inside to attract food.
 

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Related Posts // 這次相關的 Posts:
1. [ Keelung ]  Follow the Typhoon Tides to a 2012 Museum  //  [ 基隆壯遊點 ] 跟隨颱風的海浪到 2012 年的海科館
2. [ Keelung ] Fishing Village, Fish Market and Night Market // [ 基隆壯遊點 ] 從漁村, 夜市到半夜三更的漁市
3. [ Keelung ] Peace Island and Seaweed DIY  // [ 基隆壯遊點 ]  和平島與藻回八斗子
4. [ Keelung ] Gone fishin\'  //  [ 基隆壯遊點 ]  雞籠嶼 海釣去


My Past Related Posts // 之前和基隆壯遊點相關的 Posts:
- Keelung Ghost Festival with Youth Travel in Taiwan Program //遊學台灣之與神鬼有約 - 基隆中元祭典