Yehliu (野柳) is a cape in the town of Wanli, New Taipei, Taiwan. What is interesting here? Rocks? Well, the rocks are carved by wave and weather over many years and they were formed into shapes. However, you might need to use your imagination to think what they look like. The most famous one is the Queen’s Head, but since the queue is super long, we didn’t get to see it. Are you ready to use your imagination?
A view from the top. So many rocks so many people.
The first rock, does it look like ice-cream?
Very nice view of the seaside
Another view of the seaside
Back to the rocks, this one looks like some kind of nest to me.
See how big is the rock compared to laupoh Some rocks are not accessible due to high tide. The wave here are pretty strong, so watch your step.
Another rock with a lot of holes.
This one got funny shape, but not sure what is the shape
Close up on the rock with sea water or rain water, I’m not sure Ice cream or oyster?
Some say looks like cup cakes, some say looks like bell, some say looks like ahem ahem Ice cream? Duck’s head? Or Predator’s helmet?
Holes on the gound
After visiting the Yeh Liu, we went to the opposite market and found these!
BBQ Squid! Looks so big so didn’t buy this Bought this type if squid instead. Very fresh, juicy and chewy. The third nicest food I ate in Taiwan after the stinky tofu and the tea egg.
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