Travel stories : Taipei , Yehliu Geopark

Taiwan is an intriguing country. I would say it is the stuff of which the legends are made.Taiwan or ROC ( Republic of China as it is officially known) , a country born out of Chinese civil war , barely recognized by around one dozen countries, grew up as a booming economy. In fact , it is considered one of four Asian tigers with a staggering economic growth rate. From skyscrapers such as Taipei 101 to the Tea fields in Nantou , Taiwan has got something for everyone. Yehliu Geopark is one of unique experience.

The formations

Yehliu Geo park is one of major tourist attraction , famous for sedimentary rock formations, notably iconic Queen’s head , Ginger rock and numerous other structures.It takes around 90 minutes from Taipei West Station to reach this place. But the experience is worth it.

Yehliu geopark rock formation
The cape formed by movement of Datun mountain range into the sea

Then there is “Ocean World” just next to the park which has routines of synchronized diving , Dolphin show and many other activities

Longer you live , more you appreciate life.So as years progressed, I realized that life has too much to offer. It is full of options and contradictions.Every moment comes with a different experience.At this point, I felt need of platform to keep a journal of all those experiences for reference.This is how this blog came into picture. I prefer pictures as I am too lazy to type.But truth is that I find it difficult to express most of time.Here pictures come to my rescue. Essentially , this blog is a journal of my experiments with life.But then I found that it is taste of liquor of life which motivates me. -:)

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