30 Oct, 2008 in Taipei
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Visiting a friend in Keelung we were exploring around in Keelung, when my friend’s mother suggested a special spot near where she works with a special Aboriginal touch. We made our way up to a hanging bridge, hidden away in the middle of no-where… …

28 Oct, 2008 in Taipei
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Visiting a friend up in Keelung the other week, I was shown parts of Keelung I haven’t been to before which were a wonderful surprise. Welcome to He Ping Island (He Ping Dao), with some of those famous north-eastern odd rock formations laid out with Keelung Island (Jilong Yu) on the background : …

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After completing the drive from Tainan through Paolai, Mei Shan and the beautiful mountain road I arrived at the east coast. The valley stretching out from the high mountains of central Taiwan to the mountains of the east coast was absolutely breath taking. The views I’ve seen there were more beautiful than anything I’ve seen […]

23 Oct, 2008 in Tainan
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Chinese class, every day at freaking 8am in the morning, was making me so tired recently, that the only thing I want to do when there’s no class afterwards is go get some sleep. So, instead of napping at home, I figured there has to be some place I can relax at around in Tainan. […]

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This scenic coastal cross island road number 20 is absolutely gorgeous. If you have the time, you should definitely take it, preferably very slowly, and see some of Taiwan’s beautiful natural scenery. I did it for a whole day, stopping in amazing spots, hiking a bit, exploring some paths and natural hot-springs. That whole area […]

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A few weeks ago, just before the semester started, I went on a short trip towards Taiwan’s east coast. Following many recommendations I’ve read, I wanted to do that the hard and beautiful way – through the scenic road number 20, going all the way form Tainan in the west to Tai Dong in the […]

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A few weeks ago I went to visit Taichung, and saw a few cool spots. Visiting Taichung’s Taiwan Arts Museum with Europe st. and the Taichung Folk Park there were a few other spots I didn’t mention which I thought were pretty neat. Taichung hosts one of the largest laughing Buddhas. It’s next to …

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