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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... banger, Starbucks in hand and we were off. After an hours driving to the west we arrived at the entrance to Taroko Gorge and those bloody Chinese tourists had beaten us there. Nevertheless....they couldn't stop the awe of Taroko Gorge on first sight. It really is something special. You'll recall our mate Ryan Cheng telling us back in Shanghai to avoid TG when a typhoon is around due to the potential falling rock situation. We thought poppycock but as the typhoon ...
After some travel tips and google searching we realised that there is a whole lot of stuff to see in Taiwan and our little "drop in" trip to Taiwan quickly gained the potential to be a country-wide odyssey. Decisions had to be made, and fast. Everyone we spoke to said that we had to see Taroko National Park. So, a bus and train ride later we arrive in Hualien City.
Geographically, Hualien is kind of similar to Wollongong. Where ...
... grotto and started our walk. The walk took in narrow gorge walls, with swirling patterns in the marble which were very pretty to look at. We turned back after 20 minutes, to make sure that we would be in time for the bus. This time, the bus was late, which left us waiting for 45 minutes. We realised that this was a really cr*p bus system and decided not to trust leaving on the last bus of the day.
Our next stop was at the Lushui trail. ...
... a visit to sun moon lake but again some heavy rain arrived and after waiting for a day for the rain to pass I gave up and departed Taichung in heavy rain, the rain can actually be quite refreshing in the normal hot and humid conditions but when it rains here, it rains proper! Sometimes having to stop and take shelter as you can't actually face the rain or see where your going! I pushed onto Hsinchu city which is not set up for tourists and on my arrival at 9pm I again headed ...
... the Baxiandong (Pa-hsien-tung) area where caves have formed from the waves thousands of years ago but because the island is still rising, these caves are now some 100m inland. Some 30,000 years ago some of the aborigine people lived in those caves (ChangPin people). We made multiple stops to enjoy the gorgeous mountains and cliffs and I couldn't help but want more photos, only to realize later that outside the moment they all look ...