Travel Blogs from Chiayi County
Picked up rental car and started our journey toward Alishan, after a quick bio-break at Xi Ding, we arrived at Fenqi Lake (奋起湖 which is not a lake at all) for lunch at the famous train bento place.
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LG got up early to see sunrise while boys and I slept in.
The day was just filled endless huge giant ancient trees that locals call “神木" which matches the mystical atomsphere of the whole area.
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... stop where all the hot springs are. From there we followed the map (the one the hostel had sent me with their location with/compared to the map in the metro stop) up the hill, past the public hot springs to our hotel. This is the only "hotel" we stayed at during our trip so after this very long day it was nice to relax in our person hot spring in our room and sleep in a very comfortable bed.
I think it seems sort of crazy ...
... no matter the reason. The train provided a great, quick way to see lots of Taiwan too. Upon arriving in Chiayi we realized it was raining, which is always a bummer for travelers. The high-speed train is about 30 minute shuttle ride outside of the city, so we jumped on that, free, shuttle into town. It was still raining (seriously, what a drag), when we got off the shuttle.
We had originally planned on walking to the hostel, but it was pouring down, so that wasn't really ...
Day 2! Today we checked out of the hotel and took a bus to Ten Drum Culture Village. We played traditional drums and got to try sugarcane juice. After that, we had lunch, and bought souvenirs at the souvenir shop. Then our bus took us to Chitou Natural Ecological and Education Area. It was so foggy since we were so high up! We hiked up to the giant tree, ...
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