Cycling in Taitung – Part 2

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I always come back to this picture above and fall in love with Taitung all over again.

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Cycling in Taitung – Part 1

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We were not great cyclists then (or now, but better), so one of our proudest moments was braving our fears to cycle in Taitung. We couldn’t really have it any other way; this place was too huge to explore on foot.

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TAITUNG | Heading out

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Whenever I’m in Taipei, I try to visit another city in Taiwan. This trip, Taitung is it. Located on the south-eastern part of Taiwan, this is the third largest county in the country. And more importantly for me, its blend of mountains on one side and the sea on the other really makes for amazing scenery. More pictures in upcoming posts.

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Memories of Jeju island

Jessie and I got lost while navigating the Jeju Olle trail (those were the days we did not rely on mobile data to find our way, but intensive pre-planning work, physical maps and road signs). But the beautiful scenery accompanying us on our long walk made up for it more than twice over. 

Canon A1/ Tudor xlx 200 (expired)
Mamiya 500 DTL/ Kodak Colorplus 200 (last 2 photos)