HAPPY FIRST POST OF 2016!
I am aware that I’m running a fair bit behind on my blog posts but I’m back/hoping to catch up with my own life/I missed you.
Let’s get a move on shall we? Have you read Taiwan Part 1? Do it, do it now.
This outfit was one of the comfiest I wore in Taiwan. The sun was blazing each day (average 30 degrees), so there is nothing like a good pair of Nike sneaks and a breathable, cotton dress from Urban Outfitters.
We made our way to one of the prettiest lookouts in Taiwan at a little community called, Jiufen. It’s a small town in north Taiwan and features quaint streets and the best view of the Pacific Ocean. I also made some furry feline friends along the way.
Next stop, Taipei 101! Not only is it the tallest building in Taiwan, but it holds the Guinness World Record of the fastest elevator, ever. It’s no joke. It took approximately 40 seconds to get from ground level to the 89th floor, and when you reach the top you have an unbelievable view of the Taipei and beyond.
We road tripped our way down south of Taiwan, where the weather got a whole lot warmer. As we were driving, we stopped at a giant white pole which represented the exact middle of tropics and sub-tropics. If I ever wanted to be in two places at once, Jamie Sullivan style, I can say I did it.
Want to see this blog post come to life? Watch my Taiwan Part 2 vlog below. 🙂