TAIWAN TRAVEL | EXPLORING MR BROWN'S FIELDS CHISHANG & CYCLING TIPS



As I travel on along the East coast of Taiwan I spend a day exploring Mr. Brown’s Fields in Chishang and sharing cycling tips for the island. Taiwan attracts many cyclists and is a perfect place to explore using a bicycle. Thanks for watching!
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Mr.Browns Coffee Commercial:
Ok, so I spoke a lot about this place being famous from a coffee commercial. In some aspects it is. But I later discovered that amongst the Taiwanese (women..?), it’s more appealing due to an EVA Air commercial featuring a “pin-up” Japanese-Taiwanese actor. So, here it is:

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5 Replies to “TAIWAN TRAVEL | EXPLORING MR BROWN'S FIELDS CHISHANG & CYCLING TIPS”

  1. The Hunter Traveller

    Hi Guys! Thank you so much for checking out my latest video exploring Taiwan! You can follow more from my travels by linking-up to my Facebook & Instagram pages 'The Hunter Traveller', where you can comment, ask questions, and get to know me more as I travel. Thanks and happy travels!! ✌🏻😁☀️

  2. The Hunter Traveller

    My camera really didn’t do these views justice, and a drone would have come in handy! Hope you enjoyed watching and don’t miss Chishang if you visit Taiwan 👌🏻

  3. American Expat In The Philippines

    Nice video, and I watched Mr. Brown's video, too. I used to do a LOT of bicycling. I'd bicycle a minimum of 20 miles a day, but usually more like 30. Every day. I went on more than a few long distance trips, some about 500 miles. I rode through mountains, farmland, forests. If you want to be a long distance bicyclist you need to be prepared for every possibility. Flats, food, water, loneliness, and uncertainty. In unknown country, maps aren't always reliable. What looks like an easy ride on the map can turn into a dangerous ride on a busy up and down roadway. Believe me, I've been there. A lot of what you'll see as a bicyclist will be missed from a motorcycle, or automobile, but a lot of the time things just aren't that interesting. You'll be focused on reaching your next hostel, or campsite.

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