I am just fascinated by superstitions of hiking in this blog post by my blogging friend the Foottracker. I haven’t heard of any in North American trails, but I’ll keep my ears open from now on.
Originally posted on FootTracker:
Some people like to travel to visit urban jungles and watch other human beings, some likes to go hiking and explore natures of other countries.
If you are interested in hiking the mountains of Taiwan, it won’t hurt to hear some of the locals’ superstitions and guidelines before setting your foot on an unknown territory.After all, you never know who or what you might encounter in the foreign country. O_O
Shivers ~ As I was typing this post I did felt a chill down my spine, so just bear with me here.
1. Please say “Excuse Me” before peeing in the wilderness!!
In Taiwan aboriginal culture, every tree has spirit or god living inside, and they are sacred. When one must go due to biological needs, and you happen to pick a spot near a tree, do say “excuse me” before letting…
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