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... boardwalks to admire the enormous, and very old, trees, and just enjoy the crisp mountain air. We’ve really missed this being in hot climates for the last 5 months! After a quick lunch we got on the bus, and had another lovely drive along mountain roads (although we couldn’t see much because of the fog) before getting off in Tataka. We spent a few minutes at the visitors centre, and then went down to the hostel to drop our bags. Then it was ...
... squeaked horribly and a leisurely walk for the next few hours around ponds, temples and some huge Taiwanese Red Cypress trees. The oldest one still standing is estimated to be over 2000 years old.
We checked in at the hotel to find out that the only source of heat is a heating blanket. Hot water is only available between 6 pm and midnight. There are only disposable paper face clothes and paper bath towels. ...
We took the fast train from Tainan to Chiayi, it took 40 min. The regular train would be 65 min and the high speed rail, 18 min. When we got there, some woman was offering a mini van ride to the B&B for NT$ 250 each. A bus ticket would be $170 and we would have to wait for another 4 hours. Luckily, we took the offer and the driver actually called the B&B to meet us ...
... track, and famous railway lunchbox...??. Anyway, it was a scenic journey up with lots of misty mountain views and excited kids waving at the train as it passed by. The tourists on-board seemed fascinated by every aspect of it and were taking photos of the interior, walls outside the window, the back of the headrests etc. There were lots of posters of 'famous railway lunchbox' everywhere too (beginning of Fenchihu railway lunch box obsession...). ...
got up early, had a bite to eat and was over to my other hostel early. arrived and they invited me for a huge breakfast that they cooked for the wedding goers. after eating, visited the railway garage, prison tour, ate slushie, fish soup and turkey rice.