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【Event】Nostalgic Train Travel - Jiji (Sat 1/23, Tainan)

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【Event】Nostalgic Train Travel - Jiji (Sat 1/23, Tainan)

Postby HomestayTaiwan » 18 Jan 2016, 11:56

Time Travel in Jiji

2016.01.23 (Sat) 8:00 Set off at Tainan

8:00 Meet up at Tainan Train Station
08:00~10:30 Take train to Jiji
10:30~14:00 Time travel in Jiji
14:00~15:30 Small train to Wood Museum
15:30~17:00 Wood Storage Lake
17:00~19:00 Back to Tainan

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Jiji line is the only existing train branch in Taiwan, representing the symbol of old time lifestyle.
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Re: 【Event】Nostalgic Train Travel - Jiji (Sat 1/23, Tainan)

Postby ironlady » 19 Jan 2016, 09:33

Um...and the Pingxi branch, and the Neiwan branch...

Sounds like a nice trip, though.

Suggestion: if there are people who might be coming from the North, since trains to Jiji don't leave from Tainan in any event, why not have a meetup time at the Ershui station, so people coming from other places wouldn't have to go all the way to Tainan and double back?
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Re: 【Event】Nostalgic Train Travel - Jiji (Sat 1/23, Tainan)

Postby HomestayTaiwan » 20 Jan 2016, 13:19

Good suggestion!

because we are carrying many people from Tainan this time.
Maybe next time can do! TKS~
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