瘋狂的阿里山賞櫻

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  1. phyphy表示:

    天氣、花況都比phyphy去的時候好很多,
    再加上貓大夫專業級的技術,
    羨慕啊~
    有機會再請貓大夫指點指點,
    傳授兩光phy一、兩招吧! ;D

  2. cmcboy2000表示:

    Phyphy您美言了。您的技術一點都不兩光,看您印的攝影集就知道了!
    我去賞櫻那天的天氣只能算普通,多半時候還是煙霧繚繞,藍天出現的時間很短。
    跟清明節連假這幾天其他人拍的照片相比,實在遜色太多了。明年再來吧!

  3. himawali表示:

    我倒是去了趟東京賞櫻之旅唷~
    昨晚剛回來 現在還是一整個好想睡覺
    希望明天有力氣整理相片

  4. cmcboy2000表示:

    燕子有沒有網路相本,可以讓我們聞香一下。
    下次賞櫻,我也想改走關東甚至是東北路線。
    好懷念日本的櫻吹雪啊!

  5. 小舅媽表示:

    溫哥華此時也櫻花盛開
    忽然想起 之前你和小凱不是計劃今年四月來這兒的嗎

  6. cmcboy2000表示:

    Dear小舅媽,小凱最近在忙結婚的事,所以加拿大旅行就暫時擱置囉。
    我們夫婦倒是決定重回馬爾地夫度假啦!
    有回來台灣再一起吃個飯吧!

  7. himawali表示:

    我是有部落格呀!http://blog.yam.com/himawari
    可是因為一回來就忙工作 所以還沒上傳照片耶!
    再給我一點時間吧!希望月底前能上傳囉~

  8. cmcboy2000表示:

    對喔!妳有部落格我都忘了,抱歉。等妳的分享喔!

  9. 方學姊表示:

    羨慕哇—
    我已經好久沒有離開大台北地區了
    趕快趁貓小子出現前多享受享受人生
    否則就會跟我一樣
    去到哪都有兩個超大件行李
    根本輕鬆不起來
    (反而有種自找罪受的感覺)

  10. cmcboy2000表示:

    方學姊,那是種甜蜜的負荷耶!我願意用現在的自由,換來貓小子早點報到。 :P

  11. QP - visitor表示:

    Hi there,

    Beautiful photos, as always! I was a kid last time I went to the mountain. I really enjoyoed it there. The one place I remember the most in the area was a small lake called 姐妹潭. It’s a beautiful serene lake (it’s so small, probably not warranted being called a “lake”). Is it still there? I’d certainly love to spend a few days in Mt Ali next time I visit Taiwan.

  12. cmcboy2000表示:

    Dear QP,
    Thanks for your positive comment, I appreciate a lot. 姐妹潭 and 祝山sunrise
    are the most attractive scenes in Mt.Ali (for me), though the 神木s are always
    the most famous. Of course the “lake” is still there, but there were no “Sakura”
    arround the lake, so I didn’t go to 姐妹潭 this time. :P

  13. Roger表示:

    好美的櫻花喔!
    我也去過一次,但是,卻沒有這樣的美景
    真的很棒!讚!

  14. cmcboy2000表示:

    謝謝Roger,明年有興趣的話一起上山拍拍如何?

  15. QP表示:

    Hello Dr. Cat,

    I’ll be in taiwan for about 2 weeks at year end. Can’t believe it’ll be my 2nd trip to Taiwan this year. Over the past 20 years after we immigrated to the US, I had been back every few years. However, I’ve never really had an opportunity to travel past the northern part of taiwan. My memories of the island were really limited to the trips I took as a child.

    I really want this trip to be about getting to know the island as an adult. It really is a shame that I feel I know some other countries more than my birth country. The challenge is I’ve no idea where to start! I figure an avid travler like yourself would have great ideas to share.

    So… any suggestions? My preference would be places of mountains and lakes.. Your help would be much appreciated!

  16. cmcboy2000表示:

    Dear QP
    Most of the beautiful places in Taiwan are not easily accssible. I’ll suggest you some places I like best, but some of them may take you 2-3 days to reach them (…and some are realy tiresome). You can plan your trip according to your stamina, preference and time.

    1.Lakes: the lakes I like most in Taiwan are 嘉明湖、松蘿湖 and 日月潭。嘉明湖 and 松蘿湖 both need a two-day trip, and both are tough for those who didn’t climb mountains or didn’t exercise regularly. You may need a guide or a friend who are familiar with the route. It’s not safe to go there alone. Both lakes are most beautiful at sunrise moment, so bring you tent with you. One day is enough for 日月潭, but best time to explore the lake is still at dawn. Spend one night at日月潭is also a good idea if you have enough time. You can also go to 清靜農場 after 日月潭,they are on the same route。Spent one night in the wonderful 民宿 in 清靜is suggested.

    2.Mountains: High mountains in Taiwan are really great and fabulous。I’ve been to雪山、合歡山…。玉山 is also good, and it’s the highest mountain in Taiwan :P。You also need a guide and apply for the permission in advance. And it take 2-4 days to climb these mountains. I don’t have much experience in mountain climbing, but I’ve seen lots of the photos taken in high mountains. The views are really breath-taking, you should try if you have time.

    3.Beaches: Kenting is always a good place to visit, but maybe you have been there for many times. 蘭嶼and澎湖 are both good and take at least 3 days to make a trip. However, you’ll be in Taiwan at year end. It’s not a good time to visit 蘭嶼and澎湖。
    北海岸is not as good as kenting (my personal opinion), but driving along the nothern seashore is great for you, since you didn’t travel there.

    4.Hot springs:I like bathing in hot springs in winter time. The hot springs I like best are 礁溪 and 烏來。You can choose a luxury hotel and enjoy one or two days there.

    5.花東地區:太魯閣 national park is good. If you haven’t been there before, you can consider it. 花蓮and台東 are also worth visiting, but I am not sure is it good to visit these places at winter time.

    The above are places I like best in Taiwan. I don’t think they would be more beautiful than the Rockies, but still worth looking. I always feel that the most attractive thing in Taiwan is 台灣美食。Be sure to include some famous night market and Taiwan restaruant in your trip.

    Wish you a nice trip in Taiwan.

    Cat

  17. QP表示:

    Hi Dr Cat,

    Thanks for the great suggestions!

    I’ve finally found some time from busy work to do some research on my trip to TW.

    Having taken into consideration of your recommendations, tentatively I’m going to spend 3/4 nights along the routes along 中橫… I do have great childhoodl memories of the family trips in the central TW. The only challenge is whether we will have the car. If my dad’s not coming along, we will probably have to travel by train, etc. I wouldn’t trust myself driving in taiwan! :)

    Good thing’s that I’ve been staying somewhat in shape… I’m dying to do some serious hiking! I’m excited about hiking the trails at the national parks. My dad said his fav’s always been 太魯閣. You’re right.. my fear’s the weather’s probably a bit unpredictable in the winter. I probably can still handle it as long as the weather’s not severe. As matter of fact, it’s kind of fun having the snow falling on you hiking up the rockies in the mid summer months!

    I hope I will have more time in the future to tackle the other remote lakes you mentioned. It’s always a pleasure to be able to go off the beaten path. It looks like I will bearly have enough time to visit the more “touristy” places.

    But of course the food like you said’s the #1 attraction! Honestly, as much as the people here in the US try to make authentic taiwanese food, the taste/quality is still not up to par. I’m hoping to balance pigging out and doing serious hikes while I’m there.

    Thanks much for you help!

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