During the Valentines Day holiday trip R and I drove up to Keelong City 基隆市. I’ve always love visiting the seaside and experience the sea breeze blowing in my face.
We drove from Shifen Waterfall Park to Keelong as it was on the way. The journey didn’t take too long and we manage to find the place following the GPS in the car.
This particular rock formation required some vivid imagination on the part of the viewer to see how “turtle” it looked like.
The pavilion made a good resting spot to sit and admire the scenery. We didn’t really spend much time there when we were there as I was more keen to view the whole area.
We only stopped long enough to snap some pictures and a wefie.
While admiring the scenery we saw this parasailer moving near the rocks. He had a motor attached to the back of his set up and was able to control how high or low he flew. I would love to try parasailing one day but not sure if I will do solo like this parasailer.
There were many unusual rock formations around and people ventured out onto the rock formation for a closer look. R and I however kept to the path as I didn’t want slip while being on the rock as the ground was rather wet.
Have you seen rock formations at the seaside lately?
No. 360, Ping 1st Rd., Zhongzheng District, Keelung City, Taiwan
Admission fee of NT$60 for adults and NT$40 for concession holders