Saw lots of interesting historic stuff, off course. Watched the sunset at the shore -- not very good, too much haze. Got a foot massage, which was tremendously painful, but I think the result was somewhat good. Not worth it, though, I think -- but my feet didn't really hurt that much to start with, and they just felt slightly better after. I guess it was the same sort of somewhat equivocal result I got from acupuncture way back when.
Various interesting food -- stinky tofu is stinky. Didn't like it, but it's not nearly as bad as it smells. About equivalent to natto, I guess, which is to say, not tasty (to me), but not nearly the worst thing I've ever had (I dislike most fish more, actually, I've actually gagged trying to eat sushi). Also had friend chicken, Taiwan-style (pretty good), some sort of pork sausage on a stick (good, but really greasy), and some local Danshui specialty (stolen from the Japanese and improved, probably after the Japanese stole it from the Chinese and improved it themselves), some sort of fried tofu with noodles and stuff in it, in a spicy sauce. That was really tasty.
A good day overall; (very, very) slightly burned, but no big deal, it'll darken into a tan in a couple days. Also over jet lag for all practical purposes.