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Aupair in Taipei, Taiwan.

Aupair in Taipei, Taiwan.

Aupair in Taipei, Taiwan.

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  • Image © 2007 emily santos

Ever wonder how it is like to be an Aupair in Taiwan?

No, you dont need to be Taiwanese nor to speak like them to be an aupair. English fluency is needed.

Taipei is a fast paced city with a technological edge. If you can ride a scooter, then you will be able to travel just like a Local. If not, rely on efficient and quick public transportation. If you are craving for Philippines fast food they also have McDonalds, to satisfy your craving. Missing greenhills? They have it all in their market where you can buy beautiful jade artefacts and jewellery. This is a city that prides itself on beauty – inner city gardens abound. Shop till you drop at the night markets.

This story is dedicated to my friends, relatives in Taiwan.

Published on 12/9/07

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