A Canadian expat that has been living abroad in Asia since 2003, Carrie began her career with Reach To Teach Recruiting in 2006 as an ESL teacher in Taiwan. Today, she and her husband are co-owners of Reach To Teach. In her free time, Carrie works as a freelance travel writer and photographer, providing regular content to several publishing companies and travel publications in Asia and North America. She writes about her personal travel adventures on Travel Asia – My Several Worlds. Follow Carrie on Google+ or on Twitter @globetrotteri.

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11 responses to “Postcards From Penghu: Jibei Island”

  1. michelle G

    Carrie this does look like a great place to relax!

  2. Krzysztof

    Empty spaces are very exciting. Anytime I stay in such places I revive. I think Penghu it’s a good place to regain an energy which you’ve lost.
    I have the question about the last picture. I see the man who is lying on the ground. It isn’t a sand, is it? What is that? It looks like sharp stones. How can he lie on it? It must be hurt but on the other hand he looks very relaxed.

  3. Ashish

    Fantastic pictures Carrie especially the one you took from your scooter. Wish I could one of those. Penghu is on my list of must-see for long time now. I better hurry before this summer is gone.

  4. Stevo

    Amazing photos, Carrie. What lens are you using?

    The more I visit your blog the more I want to visit Taiwan.

  5. Joanna

    Amazing pictures Carrie! The last one is my favorite as it speaks of the relaxed tranquility of being by the ocean. How I would love to melt into the sand like your subject.

  6. Kim

    Late to join the chorus, but: great pictures, the one of the scooter trail is really very good, my favourite of this set.

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