My Taiwan Trip (4) – Nanzihlin Trail 台北之旅 (4) – 南子吝步道 | 攝影月旦评none
In my Taipei’s trip, I didn’t have any plan except the dating with my friends. On the 2nd day of the trip, I start planning where I should go on the 3rd day. As I had visited Taipei several time before and had visited a lot of spots, I searched for some places that not so familiar. And I found this place.
The Nanzihlin trail is a trail on the mount Nanzihlin, which is located at Nanya Harbour, north coastline of Taiwan. As it’s far away from Taipei and not introduced in most traveling guide, not so many tourists visit the place. To the Nanzihlin trail, I took the Taiwan railway to Keelung and then bus to the Nanya Harbour. It took around 2 hours.
The Nanya Harbour is a peaceful village and I soon found the way to the trail. I followed the path and then found…..a big crab….at a pavilion….? Haha, it’s actually a seat. Then I found cats at another pavilion. I suddenly had a strong desire being a pet cat.
Let’s start. My destination was the mount top with height 990m. The starting point was s wooden stair. When I was climbing up, the village became smaller and smaller. After climbing up 200m, the wooden stairs ended and then came to the mountain path.
It’s not a very easy trail. I climbed up to 400m, 500m, 600m, 800m……It took me almost 30 mins. At the moment, I saw the end of the path! It’s the end! Oh no…….it’s not…..
Ok keep walking. Another “end” is seen.
Finally to the mountain top! What I can see is only the sea even without a small island. The blue sea and blue sky are bonded.
Look to the side, it’s the combination of blue and green. Mountains and Peace.
I went back to the village after staying for 15mins. In the village, there is a small shop selling a drink called “Shi Hua Dong”. The ingredient is the seaweed from this coast. Not bad!
Before leaving, I went to the sea. the great view impressed me. It’s the biggest gain of my trip.
It’s not the end of my 3rd day trip. See you in the next post
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