Ambassador Hotel Kaohsiung
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HE SAID: We safely arrived to Kaohsiung after a shuttle bus to the Alishan train to the train station in Chiayi to take another train from Chiayi to Kaohsiung and then a taxi to our hotel. We went on a nice walking tour to visit some nice temples and walked around "love river" which was ok, but the real highlight to me was a visit to one of the two …
Still affected by the lack of sunshine, we decided to try and head south in search of warmer and sunnier prospects. For the most part it was warmer. Not so sunny though. We did however have a good time. It was very similar to Taipei. The biggest difference being that there are very few Western tourists there, the stares were a little stronger. It …
We've finally arrived in Taiwan! The plane trip to Kaohsiung was surprisingly short, although it was two hours long. Oh, the time flies! After we landed, we took a bus ride to the E-DA mall and went shopping. The mall was beautiful, and ...
No, not rich. There are plenty of people here with money. Taiwan is definitely a first world country. We are part of the 1% of non-Asians in Taiwan. Which means people notice us, in a polite way. Lots of strangers say hello, and even "welcome to Taiwan", ...
... whatever we need. But there is a difference from India.
In India, people MUST learn English so that they can speak to each other (since your first tongue might be Tamil while mine is Urdu or Malayalam or one of 50 others). In Taiwan, they can easily speak to all their neighbors in Mandarin, but they learn English because they are well educated, and they practice it when they see our movies or tv. That also explains why every sign in ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool