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Old 11-07-2010, 08:38 AM   #1
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Lets drive under the highway :)

Friends and I went for a Jeep ride and after we were done, we didn't feel like going home on the highway. So we drove under it. A 20 minutes drive on the highway, took us 4 hours and we discovered some very nice spot to have some fun.

Leaving the beach.



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Old 11-07-2010, 08:52 AM   #2
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Looks like you guys had fun.

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Old 11-07-2010, 08:54 AM   #3
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Dang! That looks like fun!
Looks like you got to see things from a whole new perspective!
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Old 11-07-2010, 08:55 AM   #4
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Dang! That looks like fun!
Looks like you got to see things from a whole new perspective!
Taiwan is a small Island ( 400km x 220km) with 25 million people. You find space to offroad where you can.
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Old 11-08-2010, 12:24 PM   #6
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They didn't even need to build a highway...just have everyone buy a Jeep. Life would be alot more fun. You guys made it look easy. Thanks for the great pics.
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Trust me, the way they drive here,, You wish that there were no roads.
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Old 11-08-2010, 08:33 PM   #8
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Nice pics, looks like you guys had fun!
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Old 11-08-2010, 08:43 PM   #9
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Thanks for sharing. The Cherokee driver in that first pic, looks like he has a "little captain" in him.
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cool. Guess you finished ur rebuild?
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Old 11-09-2010, 06:06 AM   #12
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cool. Guess you finished ur rebuild?
AYes done. Got an other one after that. Looking now at a tjnow. My wife is trying to stop me. I told her that i was opening business. Ha ha ha
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Taiwan is a small Island ( 400km x 220km) with 25 million people. You find space to offroad where you can.
WOW! I didn't even notice that you were in Taiwan! How cool is that!
What the heck are you doing there? Well, besides exploring the road less travelled.
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Old 11-09-2010, 08:25 AM   #14
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WOW! I didn't even notice that you were in Taiwan! How cool is that!
What the heck are you doing there? Well, besides exploring the road less travelled.
I ask myself this question all the time Just kidding. Landed on the island for a short business trip and met my future wife. Here I am 7 years later owning a steak house in Taiwan and Jeeping.
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That's quite an adventure!

Where are you from originally?
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That's quite an adventure!

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I thought I had some culture shock moving from the west coast to hillbilly hell.
I imagine you really had some adjustments to make.

Do you speak the language too? I just can't imagine what a difference it must have been.
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I speak Mandarin/ Chinese. It is not as bad as it seams. It's a little different but at the end everybody wants to make money, eat, have a house and we all have to take a dump at least once a day it doesn't matter where you come from or where you are

Just remember one thing Jeeping has no language
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Well I have to say, I am truly impressed!
If I ever get the chance to go to Taiwan, I'll have to come to your steak house and try to talk you into taking us Jeepin!
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Well I have to say, I am truly impressed!
If I ever get the chance to go to Taiwan, I'll have to come to your steak house and try to talk you into taking us Jeepin!
If you ever get here I got steaks and I got Jeeps
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If it were in my budget, I'd do it in a heartbeat. I think it would be GREAT fun!
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nice pics, the one in the river at the end is pretty awesome.
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Looks like some good, clean fun.
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Old 11-18-2010, 07:21 PM   #24
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Sure was good clean fun. Can't wait to go again
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stupid question...how the hell do you open your hood???
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Looks like a blast! Business trip turns into lifelong memories. May I ask, how is living there? Expensive or just the opposite? When I retire, my buddy and I keep tossing up places to go, relax, and have fun.....cheap, of course! We both love Berlin, but Germany is expensive. Looking into Asia. What do you think? What is the average cost of living in Taiwan, per month? Thanks and pics look awesome. Taiwan here we come! Well, sooner or later.....
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stupid question...how the hell do you open your hood???
With your 2 feet on the fender (made in metal) and then flip it back all the way to the windshield
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With your 2 feet on the fender (made in metal) and then flip it back all the way to the windshield
That looks hard to do with the red one. Is that one yours? It sure has a lot of things going on, especially in the hood area and that front bumper.
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Looks like a blast! Business trip turns into lifelong memories. May I ask, how is living there? Expensive or just the opposite? When I retire, my buddy and I keep tossing up places to go, relax, and have fun.....cheap, of course! We both love Berlin, but Germany is expensive. Looking into Asia. What do you think? What is the average cost of living in Taiwan, per month? Thanks and pics look awesome. Taiwan here we come! Well, sooner or later.....
As much as it hurts me to say that,, I would never go to Taiwan for a holiday. Go to Thailand of malasia for offroading.

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