December 27, 2005

Cycling to Danshui

finally I managed to cycle to Danshui, with Stephanie (swiss) and Aries (malaysian).
we started from huazhong riverside park (near Longshan temple), continued along Danshui river upto Taipei bridge, there we turned back to city and cycled to Yuanshan MRT station. initial plan was to cycle all the way up till Danshui, but as usual what was shown on the map was not there, and no cycling trace along the MRT red line. so we took train north till Guandu and continued from there till Danshui, short break there, then to the far end of Danshui river (Fisherman's wharf). well done, Stephanie and Aries! it took about 5 hours, and nice weekend exercise! most part of cycling trace is nicely built, you can enjoy more of nature on the way.
to those local Taipei friends, if you need a guide to get around in your city, feel free to buzz ;).

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Anonymous Ksana~ said...

wow, cool exercise!!!
ehh, i wish to do the same, at least just riding a bicycle even a little, maybe one day i will try to enjoy with this exercise in Seoul,too
but i have to find time first!
i guess after ur active weekend you have got a lot of energy to work this week ;)
have a great week!!!!

December 27, 2005 6:47 AM  
Blogger Aibek D. said...

thanks. c'mon, you can always find time for cycling! :) it's matter of dragging yourself out of house during weekends.

December 27, 2005 12:29 PM  
Anonymous Ksana~ said...

oh, that's the problem that i'm not siting at home on my weekend, i travel using subway :)
and for cycling i have to get bicycle first :)and i will enjoy with riding :)

December 28, 2005 1:40 AM  
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December 29, 2005 7:20 AM  

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