Go On a Taipei Insider Trip with Me!

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Go On a Taipei Insider Trip with Me!

Postby TaipeiTours » 17 May 2012, 15:01

Hi, I am Sylvia. I am looking for someone who is interested in taking a Taipei insider trip with me. I have learned that the best way to explore a new place is to find local companies. So, if you would like to explore the city a bit further more with a local who speaks fluent English, get to know the beauty and sorrow of Taipei, feel free to contact me at Taipei.Tours@gmail.com

*The service itself is free of charge as it’s still at the experiment stage.

*Please kindly understand that as I have a full time job, I am only available on weekday evenings and weekends currently.
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Re: Go On a Taipei Insider Trip with Me!

Postby Deuce Dropper » 17 May 2012, 15:29

Shouldn't this be in the personals section?
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Re: Go On a Taipei Insider Trip with Me!

Postby TheGingerMan » 18 May 2012, 19:47

Beauty, AND sorrow?
:ponder:
"Turne ye to the strong hold, ye prisoners of hope,
even to day do I declare that I will render double unto thee:"

~~~ZECHARIAH 9:12

"Or fill high hawkfell of my hand,
with skalds reward for skilled word?"

~~~Egill Skallagrimssøn, c.974


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Re: Go On a Taipei Insider Trip with Me!

Postby conniebononie » 01 Nov 2012, 10:32

I'm intrigued. What exactly is a Taipei Insider Trip?
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