Heres a collection of photos I took while in Taiwan. I didn’t really have a post to associate the photos with so Ill showcase them here I hope you enjoy! Hope you enjoyed the post. Please like and Share if you enjoyed. Please Like and Share On Facebook, Twitter @JesseGoesPlaces, Instagram @JesseGoesPlaces, Want
Ice cream is essential to life. Especially in a country that is as hot as Taiwan. Ice cream as I think everyone knows is a nice treat on a warm day usually sweet and refreshing. I think most countries enjoy ice cream on hot days. Im yet to encounter a country without this delicious treat.
I often enjoy checking out my local art gallery back home. I think its good to take a breather some days and visit a gallery and let your mind wander, it can also help with creativity. In Taiwan I was very lucky to have been able to visit quite a few galleries and even meet
Taiwan is full of beautiful trees and jungles. Its surrounds its cities, people trek though the intense heat to see the intense beauty that Taiwan offers. I then found that on the outskirts of the city of Kaohsiung is a mountain full of monkeys. So I gathered up some friends and then we got up
Sometimes I just travel somewhere,anywhere really. I find a cheap flight I check if I need a visa and if I can get a visa easily enough, I go. Simple as that, oh the joys of not having any commitments! So I found a cheap flight to Taipei and decided I would go and explore
THIS POST IS NSFW(NOT SAFE FOR WORK). MATURE CONTENT OF A SEXUAL NATURE AHEAD! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED! As I have said in my previous post, Jeju island is also known as the island of love. This then inspired some art students from Hongik University in Seoul to open
Jeju island is Koreas largest island. It attracts many visitors form all over Asia. I’ve herd a few Koreans even call it the Hawaii of Korea. It also is known to be an island of love. Catering to many newly weds. The southern part of the island is full of resorts. But because this island
Take me out to the ball game. Take me out to the crowd. Buy me some peanuts and crackerjack. I don’t care if I ever comeback… I had previously herd that baseball is actually quite popular in Korea. In fact I was told it was the countries favourite sport. So naturally I looked up
Throughout Korea you will find traditional homes that people live in. Its almost an hour from the city centre and the landscape changes as you make your way to the village. Changing form a dull city landscape to a beautiful countryside with mountains in the horizon. I took the local bus to the village.
Bulguksa is a temple outside the city of Gyeongju in South Korea. Gyeongju is a place with lots of history. When you enter the city you are welcomed by huge hills, these are ancient tombs. As you move through the city you see that there are many active archaeological digs active in and around the