Kaoshiung 高雄 Trip, Mid-Autumn Festival

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Here we are, Kaoshiung harbor!
Would be gorgeous here despite for the TYPHOON! Yep, our anniversary trip to southern Taiwan was rained out for part of our time. The weather doesn’t matter for J and Court, we always have an awesome time together!

The weather was great when we first arrived so made our way to the famous twin pagodas on the large lake in the northwest part of the city. It was clear and the full moon for the festival was glowing brightly as it rose over us.

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This bridge out to the pavilion was very romantic subtly light up at night.

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The next day was a fun adventure with my sweety!

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Here are the times for the bus to the farthest point by public transportation on Monkey Mountain. Monkeys, here we come!

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Ok, military check point and no monkeys yet, time to chill out in an outdoor cafe and have a snack!

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