Monday Montage: Last Week In Taiwan

This week is our last week in Taipei and we have been trying to see everything that we haven’t had a chance to yet. It turned out that we ran out of time to see Hualien and Taroko Gorge (again, Ack!). Well, I guess that that will be the first destination for our next trip to Taiwan. Next week we will be in Thailand!

The police are watching us

The police are watching us

This guy was climbing the walls in a hiking store...just a little creepy looking

This guy was climbing the wall in a hiking store…just a little creepy looking

Heping Road at night

Heping Road at night

Civic Boulevard at night

Civic Boulevard at night

Bourbon bears? Hmm

Bourbon bears? Hmm

That is a strange temporary building next to the Dandy Hotel

That is a strange temporary building next to the Dandy Hotel

Taipei World Trade Center, or as I call it the Minecraft Building (xbox owners will know what I mean)

Taipei World Trade Center, or as I call it the Minecraft Building (Xbox owners will know what I mean)

A rummage sale (tons of vintage things) we happened upon while walking in the Xinyi district

A rummage sale (with tons of vintage things) we happened upon while walking in the Xinyi district

I am not sure what this is all about, but they are always sitting and meditating outside of Taipei 101

I am not sure what this is all about, but they are always sitting and meditating outside of Taipei 101

5 thoughts on “Monday Montage: Last Week In Taiwan

  1. Wow, can’t believe it’s your last week already! I’ll be sorry to wave goodbye to Taiwan but looking forward to the next chapter with you.

    • I can’t believe it either! It always seems like such a long stay (2-3 months) when we plan out our destinations, but always feels like we have just scratched the surface by the time we leave. I do not know if I will be able to go back to shorter vacations after this is all over. I think we may just have to travel indefinitely 🙂

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