Destined to See Yehliu Geopark

I spent a year and half writing travel articles and guides to places I’ve only dreamed of visiting. Yehliu Geopark in Taiwan in one of those destinations I remember writing about two years ago. Here’s what I had to say about it:

Among the natural treasures of Taiwan, Yehliu Geopark is its most precious gem. Formed by wind or sea erosion, these mushroom-like geological wonders are a magnet for tourists. Rain or shine, visitors and residents come here to experience an otherworldly sight.. (click here for more details about Top 10 Things to Do in Taiwan).

Pretty pretentious for someone who hasn’t even been to Taiwan, right?

Honeycomb and mushroom sprouting by the sea

But somehow me-from-the-past just knew I would be able to see this place someday.

Fast forward to April 2019. The venue for our company’s 2nd annual team-building was Taiwan. And only one place in this country stood out in my memory – the mushroom-like rock formation by the sea at Yehliu Park.

It’s odd. It’s picture-perfect. And it’s carved by nature. The best part? The trip was free.

Queen’s Head. The most iconic of the geological rock formations in Yehliu.

For sure, there are other beautiful natural attractions in Taiwan, but this park stood out for me because it’s like fate telling me that I’m meant to see it.

That longing for something, imagining you’ve been there, and writing about it can actually be a good thing.

The weather changes from sunny to rainy on any given day at Yehliu Geopark. Bring an umbrella and get a poncho to stay dry.

Like you have the power to be the author of your future (travels). Corny, but true.

I have written more travel articles for clients and if I could visit every single place I wrote about, I’m probably the luckiest person in the world. If this is how fate works.

Bonus: More Snaps of Yehliu Park

Have you written about a place you wish to visit? Did your wish come true? I’d love to hear your story.

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