I've been to the Yamazaki Whisky Museum twice. Apparently, they do some of the best whisky, particularly the Hibiki and their own Yamazaki. The distillery is located outside of Kyoto at the foot of Mt.Tennozan. It's no a coincidence the museum is located here, as the area is famed for having some
Honestly, that wasn't a click bait, because I'm pretty sure my video today you will leave in awe. What I'm going to show you is this - a performance stage.
Nothing special I hear you say. True, except its a Transformer, a mobile performance stage which transforms from a stage to this in less th
Today I went hiking at Manapan Mountain at Miaoli in Taiwan. It's said to be the second most popular hike in Taiwan, and now I understand why.馬拉邦山天然湖登山口停車場 8/10It was a beautiful day for a hike, and we arrived at the car park at 10am. There was a beautiful pink sakura tree at one end. Taiwan is more
Dihua Street is said to be the oldest street in Taipei, and some buildings date back to the 17th century when Formosa (as Taiwan used to be known) was briefly governed by the Dutch. The street still retains much of its historical buildings and character, and today I want to take you to one of the b
During my recent Christmas break, I visited an indigenous village called Tamazuan in central Taiwan. This was after my 4am Christmas service which finished at 6am, and after I had a nap to recover from my early morning start. I wrote about this unique Christmas experience here .
First of all, those who know me, know that I'm part of the SteemitWorldMap team, so obviously this post won't be entered into the Haveyoubeenhere 2019 Steemitworldmap Travel Contest?
I made this post because I think this is an awesome way to relive all the travel posts. Oh! Have you not heard abou
After a two hour drive we finally arrived at my destination for the Christmas weekend. My first impression was "Am I still in Taiwan?" I was, and I was at Fengqiu, an indigenous tribe village in central Taiwan.
THE INDIGENOUS TRIBES IN TAIWAN
The indigenous tribes have been in Taiwan long before
On Christmas day I had some friends visiting town. It was the perfect opportunity for me to take them to visit some of the Taichung landmarks.
National Taichung Theater (NTT)
The first Taichung landmark we went is my favourite building, the National Taichung Theatre. Architecture wise, this is a
When I told my friend that I needed to go to Fengyuan, a district outside of Taichung city, he said you have to go and have the famous spare ribs noodles. He didn't mention which particular shop. So when I arrived at Fengyuan the next day, I google for spare ribs noodle and there was one called
As we were approaching the destination of my most recent hike, I glanced outside and saw a range of mountains ahead of me. The sky was as blue as the sea and there was a cotton wool cloud bobbing above the mountain. It's been a while since I've seen such a welcoming and refreshing sight in the m
I visited quite a few temples in Thailand, Wat Phan On in Chiang Mai was one that I particularly liked. It's located inside the walled city, the old part of town, near my hotel. Although I only stayed in the city for a couple of days, it seemed that I was always walking past it. I know the tem
On the evening of Loi Krathong, @waybeyondpadthai said on the SteemFest Telegram group that she was going to Golden Mount. I had no idea what it was, but when a local Steemian says they're going to a place on a festive night, you really have no reason not to go!!!
Going to the unknown
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