Down South

Boppin around Tainan with Jhong Ru was a blast. We walked all over the city and ate our way from one area to the next. ALSO we stamped my little stamp book at as many temples and landmarks as we possibly could. It’s a thing here in Asia that important places, including train stations, have these really cool, old wooden stamps. So i’ve started collecting them, thanks to Tina telling me about them on our Japanese adventure.

Tainan is such a cool city with a really creative community. The buildings are really old, and there is street art hidden throughout the ally ways and roads all over the place! It was really inspiring and exciting to see!

Heading back this weekend for my birthday is this typhoon doesn’t ruin the plans!



  1. leslie
    September 15, 2016

    Hi Leah!!
    I am LOVING your travel blog! the comments you highlighted on the kids school work are hilarious!!! your photos are gorgeous, the people looks so nice, the street art is beyond cool and the temples are GORGEOUS!! it’s hard to believe you have only been in taiwan nine months…you have met so many people and the adventures and trips are non-stop….NOT TO MENTION HOW MUCH YOU LOVE THE FOOD! I miss you, miss you, miss you but can see you are in your perfect place xoxo

    1. leah
      October 16, 2016

      HA everything is nonstop you’re right!! It’s really and truly amazing here I love it so much. I can’t wait until you come viz!!


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