This was one on the best tours. A chance to see the local streets with its numerous shops and freshly prepared food to try. Small alleyways, selling the usual tourist things, but lots of restaurants and street food to try. Well worth the money.
I have been on a few tours in Taipei, but should have taken notice of the Warnings from previous contributors. There were some good points, the waterfall and the pushcart ride at the end of the tour. However, this did not make up for the atrocious theatre production, by two guys and two girls. A somewhat whacky show, consisting of some wulai Aboriginal beginnings, followed by some modern songs with the intention of forcing people on stage to celebrate a Wulai Wedding. This consisted of a hard sell, taking pictures, of people wearing headgear, which later appeared in small frames to sell at over inflated prices. The production went for an over 40 minutes. It's definitely lost its way. It was the worst thing I have ever encountered. I do like Taiwan, but this tour should be cancelled, until a new format has been achieved. A shorter show, maybe 15 minutes maximum and then more time to look at the local shops.
Verdict - One to Miss.
Los Angeles, California
One of the best ways to see parts of Los Angeles. Had a great time visiting the locations in LA, with Kim our guide. It's a long ride, a few hills to cycle, but gets easier after lunch on the beach front.
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