A Bike Ride In Taiwan

  • The Hungry Cyclist in Taiwan – Photo Gallery

    If you haven’t visited Taiwan the first thing you might think about this small island off the coast of mainland China is the infamous ‘made in’ label that conjures up images of large-scale industrial operations and endless electrica...

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  • The Hungry Cyclist In Taiwan – Day 1

    If you haven’t visited Taiwan the first thing you might think about this small island off the coast of mainland China is the infamous ‘made in’ label, that conjures up images of large-scale industrial operations and endless electric...

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  • The Hungry Cyclist in Taiwan – Day 2

    Taiwan’s east coast is dominated by mountains and sea. North of the city of Haulien, the meandering road rides high above the ocean, cut away from the sheer marble Cingshui cliffs that drop for thousands of feet into the swelling waters of the Paci...

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  • The Hungry Cyclist In Taiwan – Day 3

    South of Hauline the dramatic mountains and towering cliffs morph into a more gentle landscape where rolling hills provide a backdrop to organized fruit plantations of banana and papaya. Hidden amongst verdant countryside the scenic Liyu Lake (Carp L...

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  • The Hungry Cyclist in Taiwan – Day 4

    As Taiwan’s most important rice growing region, the soil of Taitung is as rich as the areas history. Passing fertile valleys of simple homes, farmers bend over their crops in the organized grid of terraced paddy fields that cover the irrigated plai...

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  • Hungry Cyclist in Taiwan – Day 5

    Rounding the horn of Taiwan where the Pacific meats the South China Sea, the road north hugs the tropical coastline, providing plenty of opportunities to unwind in the warm water. After a reviving swim on the pristine beaches of Kenting National Park...

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