the http://adventurekorea.com/ of Taiwan?

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the http://adventurekorea.com/ of Taiwan?

Postby clickety_clack » 14 May 2012, 22:59

What's the Taiwan equivalent of http://adventurekorea.com/ which is a "tour group" for foreigners in Korea, doing organised weekend tours
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Re: the http://adventurekorea.com/ of Taiwan?

Postby clickety_clack » 22 Jul 2012, 10:17

found something similar: http://www.taiwan-adventures.com/
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