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Taiwan Holiday 2011 (Part2) - Day 2 & 3

[Finally found some time to put my taiwan photos together.... ]

Day 2: Jiufen > Wulai > Taichung (Feng Chia Night Market)

I found Jiufen really rustic and is a place with a rich history, and loved the view from the top! Enjoyed the last time I was there with Hwa, and visiting Jiufen this time was like reminiscing my last trip :)


Great view...


Yummy treats at Jiufen.


Jiufen, bustling with activity



After Jiufen, we proceeded to Wulai... another rustic old town, rather similiar to Jiufen...


Finally ending the day @ Taichung's famous Fengjia Night Market. Did not take much pics as we were busy shopping & eating. :) , tho...just jad to upload the picture below of the Japanese inspired "Xiong Zhang Bao"...aka... Bear's Paw Bun... kekekeke!



Day 3: Sun Moon Lake > Kaoshiung


View of Sun Moon Lake from Wenwu Temple.


At the ferry jetty waiting for our Sun Moon Lake cruise... the guy on the right can really sing! Sounded so much like Wu Bai.


On our 15 min cruise around Sun Moon Lake.

Stay tuned for day 3 to day 7... :)


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