Highlights from Kaohsiung, Taiwan
Upon leaving Japan, something I had prepared for but still shocking occurred.
Highlights of Taipei, Taiwan
I seem to be warming to these types of posts. I am starting to understand the concept of top 5 things: nice, quick and concise information, and you know what you are getting. I guess the content is in the title, the five things I loved about Taiwan.
I am not a fan of these types of titles, but now I get it. There are always things we would like to know before we embark on a trip, yet never seem to find that one piece of information. I hope this post will address those little things that you need to know.
In the short time, that I’ve been on this journey travelling the world; I have truly understood the concept of transient friendships and how it can make a huge difference in your life.
I’ve been in Taiwan for roughly a month, and I can honestly say I love Taiwanese people.
I can’t believe I’m sharing this but—hey! A few months before I left, boredom struck. I was at home with a friend discussing my upcoming plans, and decided I might as well start packing. Whether that was a good idea or not, you decide. We packed my clothes, shoes, toiletries and other bits and bobs….
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