Ximen / Ximending 西門町台北

Step foot in Ximending and you think you’ve been teleported to Japan. That’s why people call Ximen, officially the Ximending Youth Shopping District or the Shinjuku of Taipei.

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Jiufen and it's Old Streets (九份老街)

First of all, this was my favorite place in Taiwan! I love history, stories and old streets with lantern. We booked a privat driver and a tour guide to fully explore Juifen and our tour guide, which was an older man, middle 50s, told us stories as we made several pit stops at sightseeing spots and he let us be a part of his memories of Jiufen and it’s old street.

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National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall

The most prominent historical landmark in Taiwan, the CKS Memorial Hall was built in honor and memory of the General Chiang Kai-shek, the former President of the Republic of China. It is seen as a national park and gathering area for everyone.

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Taiwan

Hello lovely souls out there, I have been waiting to tell you all the adventures & show you my pictures of my Taiwan trip, with my best friend. First of all, I never thought, I’d be able to experience it with my best friend! And second, I’m so thankful for this opportunity, it’s been my […]

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Things I’ve learned at #25

This post is exactly 21 days before my 26th birthday (yea.. a quarter of a century old +1 year) and I’ve been reflecting on a lot of things and thought I’d write 5 of them down and share it with you and maybe read how you think about those 5 points.

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Somewhere over the atlantic ocean

Good morning / good evening I’m sitting in the plane somewhere over the Atlantic ocean. Between the Charlie-Gibbs Fracture Zone & Porcupine Bank. The outside temperature is -53.3 (so cold..) and the distance to the destination is 2’210km. It’s 10:53 in Canada and 04:53AM in Switzerland. Listening to the songs of the tamil movie 96 […]

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