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Today, August 20, 2017, marks a very important milestone for me as a person and my wonderful girlfriend, Maddie. We have officially made it one year without tearing each other's hair out (that much)! I am so blessed that I have been able to spend quality time with an amazing human, that I am fortuante to call my girlfriend. A year of growth, battle, thought, admiration, and most importantly, love. We knocked down a huge wall that neither of us thought we could, and I just can't contain myself right now. This is something I've been waiting to have for a long long time, and I'm so thankful to have it with not just anyone, but with YOU! I love you so much, and thank you for a whole YEAR of memories. Happy Anniversary Mi Amore!Here's to another 10 more!! 🍻#loveher#anniversary#babe#girlfriend#oneyear#letsgo#unbelievable
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Scenery in Taiwan
In Taiwanese, “Maokong” “jiaokang” means “potholes.” The potholes on the ground were carved out by a river that runs through the area.
The mountain’s gondola service starts at the Taipei Zoo, the largest zoological collection in Asia.
Maokong is also very suitable to enjoy the night view, because it’s higher terrain.
If you don’t have a big fear of heights, I recommend getting into one of these clear bottom cars. When you look straight down at what’s beneath you, it's really, really different. Everything looks round and really cute. You can see how they grow in radiating clusters.
But anyway, Maokong during the day, in the afternoon, and then come back down after it gets dark because the view at night and during the day are very, very different and both are definitely worth looking at.
Maokong used to be Taipei’s largest tea producing area. It's not anymore, but people still come up here to have tea and enjoy the peace.