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I will be in Taiwan for 2 weeks in July 2012. My rough itinerary is Taipei-Yilan-Hualien-Cingjing-Taichung-Tainan-Taipei.
Appreciate if anyone can advise transport options from Hualian to Cingjing, Taichung to Tainan.
Also if there are any recommended homestays in Hualian and Tainan?
Thanks in advance Phippines Immigration
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