We have been absent for the past two weeks.
Or so it seems.Why? Basically, we’re getting our shit together and I’m doing my best not to crumble.
The month of February has been a bit of an overwhelming one. Our original plan when we left the US in October was to visit Bali and then move to Bangkok and get teaching jobs. We would settle in, save up, and visit as much of this side of the world as possible. After spending a month in Bangkok, we realized it wasn’t the right fit for right now. With no real backup plan other than to keep traveling, we moved to Taiwan. We’ve been rolling with the punches ever since.
Now, our 90 day Taiwan visa is coming to an end. We need to make some major decisions: either we move somewhere completely new or plan a trip out of the country and return.
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Hati & Ernesto dressed to the nines for an evening on the Golden Coast, Taiwan.
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Hati + Ernesto taking a break and getting silly on Anping Beach in Tainan, Taiwan.
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Giving out free hugs on our latest stellar weekend trip:
#Ericing at Pier 2 Art Center in Kaohsiung, Taiwan!
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There are so many wonderful hole in the wall places and alleyways to explore in Tainan, that we’ve spent the past month biking around without leaving the city. It’s amazing how long you can stay in one place and never even scrape the surface of its true culture! I love the luxury of taking my time to get a feel for a city and, if I could, I’d visit every city this way.
Even so, we happily welcomed the change of pace in going to visit Eric’s dad last weekend in Kaohsiung (Eric’s dad does work in Taiwan and the US). We hopped on the TRA slow train from Tainan to Kaohsiung and enjoyed the little things along the way…
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