No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Sheep House Hualien
Travel Blogs from Hualien
... a bit boring after a while, and thank goodness I had my book to kill the hour we were there.
We then hit a very popular ice cream shop to cool down. There were loads of people lining up for an ice cream so we figured they must’ve been good. I thought I bought a vanilla one, but it turned out to be durian (grose) and luckily my mum loves durian, so I swapped it for her taro ice cream!
... trail we realised that we had to walk up a big hill to the entrance of the trail. It was way too much effort. So we just continued to walk along the main road taking in the breathtaking views of the gorge. We tried flagging down a couple of our buses which were passing us. We had our tickets out and tried to wave them down. They just shock their heads and continued driving. This ****** us off. It would of taken 20seconds if that to let us on the bus. We were enjoying ...
... but my nose, throat and lungs had other plans. My recovery yesterday seemed to have been only temporary. Perhaps I should have returned to Wulai for some more cations.
After moaning and groaning for ninety minutes I forced myself to get up. After all, today was the day I was meant to see the thing I most wanted to see in Taiwan. No, not the Alishan Forest Railway - that was Attraction Numero Uno but it has been closed since a typhoon damaged the line in 2009. The new Numero Uno ...
After yesterday's long hike, Eve and I decided to rent a motorbike for the day. It was so refreshing to not be dependent on public transportation or your own two feet to get around. I had almost forgotten what it felt like to come and go as I pleased and not be restricted to a bus or train schedule. I was glad that vehicles travel on the right side of the road so I could focus on learning the local riding customs. Eve had to remember ...
... br> Though it took some time, with the ranger's help, we got permit number 2 approved!
At this point I was about to thank the ranger profusely for his help. We had the necessary permits.
But he wasn't done!
The ranger drove us in his personal car to the trailhead. Along the way he stopped at a vista point to tell us that many years ago he had been the project manager for the construction of that vista point!
And on his jacket was a patch of that ...