May 1, 2016

Mt. Hehuan

合歡山 • 武陵

This is when you can totally break into dance singing to "I'm on the top of the world looking down on creation..." ♫┏(・o・)┛♩

合歡山 • 武陵
合歡山 • 武陵

I wouldn't mind to include Mt. Hehuan again on my next Taiwan trip. I'm sure there's some other spots we have missed out. It was so cold I was shivering like crazy. We'd be able to catch the snow if we were there a week ago. We still managed to see some leftover snows on the ground.

It's quite dangerous as the route to Mt. Hehuan is not only long and narrow, it's also winding. I know that we've paid for it, but I think it's super uneasy and stressful for our hired driver to drive us up with a 8-passenger SUV. It definitely takes lots of patience and energy to go up and come down.

合歡山 • 武陵
合歡山 • 武陵

We stopped by the border(the peak that lies on the boundaries of Nantou & Hualien) for a cup of hot choco before we embark our journey to TianXiang for a quick lunch.

天祥 • 海拔最高郵局

This building and textured wall caught my attention as I was walking towards 7-11. I quickly grabbed Joe over to help me with a shot over the colourful tiled walls. Then I look around for signs, only to find out that it's a post office. According to informations gathered from Mr.G, it's also the "highest" post office in Taiwan. Why did everyone not notice this building as they walked past numerous times especially the wall? It's too eye-catching to be missed.

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