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Taipei 101

No, this is not a quick lesson on all things Taipei. Though if you would like one here is a link. The Taipei 101 is the name of the tallest building in Taipei. 199 woorden meer

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Camino de Santiago: Day 11

“Hello!” I look up from the painful task of applying more antiseptic and a plaster to a blister. An hour after leaving the albergue in Tosantos where I spent the night, I already seemed to have gained another to add to the many that are firmly embedded on my feet. 921 woorden meer

How to prepare your route to Camino de Santiago

Famous throughout the world, these routes that run in the north of Spain and south of France to Santiago de Compostela, have turned a medieval tradition into a spiritual, religious and sportive experience enjoyed by more than 200.000 people every year. 664 woorden meer

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Did we tell you how hot it is yet?

Second longest and hottest consecutive days over 90. Plus, 100% Humidity makes it feel over 100. We sometimes go into stores just to stand in front of their fans. 68 woorden meer

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Mastering the MRT and the First Big Win

Sunday we decided to master the mass transit system to take in some culture on our own. BUT, first a stop at our favorite International Buffet to see what the serve for lunch. 204 woorden meer

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Opening Ceremonies- Olympic Style!

Wow, what an amazing event. The games are the largest sporting event ever hosted in Taiwan and they certainly kicked it off in Olympic style. The sold out Taipei Stadium is a 23,000 seat venue and was walking distance from our hotel. 339 woorden meer

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Miramont to Larreule (around 30km)

First, a plug for Trainline.eu We bought our return tickets from St-Jean-Pied-de-Port back to Pau there and had zero problems using a US credit card. We did have to pick up the tix with a reservation code in a station, but we took care of that in Pau as soon as we arrived. 832 woorden meer

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