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3 day trip from Tapei to Kending. Accommodations/transportation... Any suggestions?

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Re: 3 day trip from Tapei to Kending. Accommodations/transportation... Any suggestions?

Postby Pingdong » 30 Apr 2012, 02:44

play dumb, you can get by usually. no intl license?
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Re: 3 day trip from Tapei to Kending. Accommodations/transportation... Any suggestions?

Postby webby37 » 29 Jan 2013, 17:55

Hey, I was thinking about this myself, but for this year's CNY. I had a couple of questions—is it going to be warm enough, in a couple weeks, for me to chill out on the beach? I couldn't imagine being outside for too long in Taipei. Also, how's the beach? Worth it for just lying on to read a book? I bought a hammock in Thailand this last year, and I'd love to string it up and catch up on the reading list, but without never going, I'm not so sure.
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Re: 3 day trip from Tapei to Kending. Accommodations/transportation... Any suggestions?

Postby tsukinodeynatsu » 31 Jan 2013, 02:56

It's nice and warm down here in Tainan during the day, so KT must be better.

Don't think you'll manage to get a hammock up unless you go around the eastern coves - the normal side of Kending is too populated. Baishawan is a beautiful beach though you can pass on the rest, really.
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