I can’t believe it has already been a year since we had a long 2 months staycation at Taipei, Taiwan! AND a year old for my blog too! Well as you see, I started this blog not too long ago but I have been trying to blog since I started university. It was just only last year that I decided to go for it and created ‘keiseeeinthecity’. I admit I’m not the one who’s very good at writing and honestly hate the essay part of the exam (LOL) but I really wanted to share my love of style and fashion and I know I can do that through this blog.
Anyways, although it’s not thursday to do a throwback, its more appropriate to do a Flashback Friday and tonight lemme take you back to a moment last year at Maokong Gondola, Taiwan through these photos. We visited the place in the last few weeks during our stay. Hope you enjoy! Continue reading “Travel Diaries : A year ago at Maokong Gondola, Taiwan”
Jiufen is one of a must see place whenever you’re in Taiwan. Being here feels like I’m at the top of the world! The view of the tea houses and the Pacific Ocean is just stunning! Btw, Jiufen is a small town at the north mountainous part of Taiwan facing the sea and it is one of the most popular tourist attraction visited by travelers from all over the world and I’m very happy to be able to visit here! Another off my bucket list!
Jiufen is not far from the main city of Taipei. It’s just an hour or two away drive from the city and with the very convenient transport system Taiwan has (I must say), there are no reason for you not to visit this beautiful place!
How to get there from Taipei? Continue reading “Photo Diaries : Jiufen, Taiwan”
Enrollment was scheduled last week but up until now I am still working on some subjects to be enrolled. Yes, as usual enrollment is one of the things I hate about our school. It sucks! It’s always a hassle but thank God I was enrolled in my minor subjects today and now I’m just waiting for our petition subject to be process anytime this week and finally I can breathe! #fingerscrossed
It’s been two weeks since we left Taiwan and honestly I’m still a bit not over it. Lol How can you? Our two months stay there was Continue reading “Travel Diaries: Miramar”