Another Year Wiser

About 2 weeks ago, I was reminded by the fact that time waits for no one, and without realizing, I was another year older wiser. I really do believe that time seems to fly much faster when you have a baby! Every day is just a mad rush in the morning and right after work…. 

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Crystal Jade Chalet

Our one night at Sun Moon Lake was spent at Crystal Jade Chalet, a random hotel we found from the internet. There were plenty of chalets and hotels around the Sun Moon Lake city centre where the pier was, but we thought that to be too noisy and commercialized. After much scouting, we called up… 

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Sunset in Sun Moon Lake

It’s Monday morning, and as with most people, a lazy one. Which is why I’m going to do the right thing by posting more pictures and less words in this post. While we were in Taiwan, we did the adventurous thing of taking public transport and traveling all the way to Sun Moon Lake for… 

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Street Food in Jiufen Old Street

Many people have reminded us over and over again not to forget to visit Jiufen when we were in Taiwan. Located in the mountainous area in the Ruifang district, the cheapest way to go up would be by taking a bus. We did just that by taking a bus from Keelung, and reached Jiufen in… 

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Chocolate Fix at San Churro

Ever since arriving in Sydney, I’ve always wanted to try churros, simply because I’m a fan of fried pastries and chocolate. Last weekend, while shopping in Chatswood, we spotted Chocolateria San Churro and decided that we should pop in for a snack. Churros are also known as Spanish doughnuts that are long and lean, with… 

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World’s Biggest Race: City2Surf Sydney

Dubbed as the largest timed running race in the world, City2Surf is a 14-km race in Sydney that has a course starting from the city centre and ending at the Bondi beach. Having only been in Sydney for a couple of months now, I was excited to find out about this ‘fun run’ that apparently… 

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Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall

One of the famous landmarks and postcard pictures of Taipei is the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, I noticed. We didn’t originally plan to visit this place at first, judging from our tight schedule, but it so happened that the bus we’re on one day stopped at Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall and we decided there and… 

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