Do not tell me about clubs... other nightlife in Taipei?

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Re: Do not tell me about clubs... other nightlife in Taipei?

Postby ehophi » 04 Dec 2010, 08:09

I suggest hijinx with Dr. McCoy based on the posts he leaves.

九份 was a tourist trap.

I'd check out Daoist temples that do exhibitions. That could be cool. There is one demo where they heave heavy weights with their scrota. That's always fun.
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Re: Do not tell me about clubs... other nightlife in Taipei?

Postby Chuanzao El Ale Destroyer » 01 Jan 2011, 14:16

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