After our last destination, we decided to visit Rainbow Village. I know this is no place new, expecially for people who are into photography. I don't know if it's fate or just my character, I was never meant to follow the latest trend. This was my first trip to rainbow village! So although it's nothing new to most of you, I've decided to blog this entry anyway!
目前分類：【遊記】中臺灣 Central Taiwan (14)
- Jun 03 Mon 2013 14:06
- May 30 Thu 2013 10:15
- May 08 Wed 2013 15:41
- Aug 20 Fri 2010 14:58
- Aug 18 Wed 2010 10:13
For the first time, ever, in my entire life, I got the chance to ride a bike that costs as much as my one-month salary. The experience was, obviously, unforgettable. Not because of the bike itself (although I'd like to consider it as a bonus), but because of the view around the lake.
- Aug 16 Mon 2010 10:57
Almost at the end of the footpath, this was what we came across. Tucked away like a secret that would only reveal itself to the worthy, the Apricot Platform was the highlight of our morning walk.
- Aug 12 Thu 2010 12:12
After breakfast, we took a little hike along the footpath around the lake. The weather was great. Hot, but not too hot. And most of the footpath was shaded by greenery, anyway.
- Aug 11 Wed 2010 09:52
I don't usually spend the night at places I go to, especially when I'm just looking for a short getaway. However, my friend and I decided to spend the night here, and enjoy as much as we possibly can. Sometimes you have to indulge yourself, in order to survive the day-to-day drudgery. As I didn't have too much time to make a decision on where to say, nor did we have too much budget for the entire trip, I booked us one that looked decent enough and that charged a reasonable price.
- Aug 10 Tue 2010 09:53
Early June, I had a date with a lake. The lake that is now world famous for its beauty. I had been here once before, I think. Once, when I was too young to remember, probably. This time, I, too, fell in love with this beautiful lake.
- Feb 11 Thu 2010 11:30
Annie Princess was our next stop. By the time we got here, we were all quite tired. It is another one of those places where portrait pictures can be taken. But as my old camera is not very good at taking pictures of people, I didn't bother to take too many photos.
- Feb 08 Mon 2010 10:40
This was our second stop in Shinshou. Lavender Forest is a lovely spot for those who wants a short escape away from the city. But as we were here on a holiday, the place was packed with people. The various picture shooting opportunities did compensate for the cramming, though, I must say!
- Jan 29 Fri 2010 12:10
My friend and I had actually thought about going to Shinshou since before I left for the UK. But because time was limited then, the trip finally fell through. This time, we planned ahead of time. We were supposed to go on the Christmas weekend, but seeing that I had too much luck at the time, I had to go up north to Taipei to attend an awards ceremony, they kindly postponed our trip to the following weekend.
I didn't really know what to expect there. I've only heard of some Lavender garden in that area. But initially I was quite sceptical about spending one whole day here.
- Nov 11 Wed 2009 08:10
This is probably the image that most people have in mind when Tunghai comes to mind. However, to THU people, there are so many other places filled with various kinds of memories. I wonder if all THU folks are like me, finding it difficult to forget such a beautiful campus...