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Great map and photos, Abacus! Thanks for the information. I rented a motorcycle last summer and rode to Maolin, wandered around to see what I could see and absolutely loved it. When I got caught in rainfall in Duona, a nice couple selling drinks and binlang invited me to wait out the storm with them on the porch. We had a great chat and they wouldn't let me leave without sharing a delicious bag of plums and providing me some plastic bags to cover my backpack.
I also happened upon the De'en Gorge Waterfall and Guesthouse. They showed me around their beautiful property and told me a little bit of history of the area. They were so genuine and hospitable, I really felt like I was their friend rather than a potential customer. Hope to get my brothers to visit Taiwan with me and we'll go stay a night or two there.
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