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Outdoor Activities in Taipei: Part 3

Outdoor Activities in Taipei: Part 3

Continuing our outdoor activities in Taipei series we bring you part three. The best part of traveling in Taiwan are the various segments of each trip. A seemingly simple hiking trip can easily turn into a multi-layered excursion.

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Reflections On Life From The Mongolian Steppes

Reflections On Life From The Mongolian Steppes

Mongolia has awoken me to a divergent reality and shown me how human beings have lived for thousands of years…and how some still do. Thanks to the steppes and the nomadic families who welcomed me into their homes and fed me around their fires, my understanding of the spectrum of societies all over the world will never be the same.

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Peaceful Places in Asia

Peaceful Places in Asia

Asia is a big place. With lots of people. A staggering variety of culture. A massive amount going on. Big money. Heartbreaking poverty. It’s a bit overwhelming, honestly. Where does one to go to getaway, to breathe deeply, to seek peace where it may be found? Here are five peaceful places in Asia, just waiting to be discovered.

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Inspirational Travel Quote of the Week: Ryu Murakami

Inspirational Travel Quote of the Week: Ryu Murakami

First things first! Where did you see your most memorable sunset?  My most memorable sunset was the very first sunset that my husband and I saw together. That was back in 2005, before we were husband and wife. We had just arrived on Koh Phanghan, Thailand and checked in to our private bungalow overlooking Haad Rin Beach (which literally translates in Thai to Sunset Beach). Just as we had dropped our bags off and stepped out onto our balcony, we were rewarded with the most magnificent sunset I’ve ever seen. The sky was washed in brilliant oranges and yellows. That was the first of many sunsets together, but it remains to this day one of my favorite moments together. About the quote: This apt travel quote was written by Japanese novelist and filmmaker Ryū Murakami. Although Ryū shares the same last name with his contemporary Haruki Murakami, the two writers are not related, but they do share a love for American pop culture. The above-mentioned quote can be found in his novel Coin Locker Babies, which was written in 1980. The story is about two boys who are abandoned in their infancy in coin lockers in a Tokyo train station during the summer of […]

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