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... for which there is no entrance fee.
As soon as you arrive, get the public orange bus or the free 302 bus. These take you to the entrance and stop along the way all the way up to TianXiang. This is where I stayed.
I first stopped at the visitor centre to leave my backpack for free so I could pick up a map and do the Shakadang trail as its the closest. It was an easy walk and doable for families too. I ...
... when the matches start at 10 am not 4 am. Anyway, 2 hours later we caught another hour and a half bus up to the end of the gorge at Tiansiang. We were very fortunate as it was the warmest day since arriving in Taiwan. We did several hikes due to the fact the time allocated by the guides for each of the walks was typically 4 times too long. The whole area was very beautiful and we hiked several ...
... police office. It was probably a bad sign that to even find the police office took far longer than it should have, but we eventually found it and our parents got to work filling out the necessary paperwork. Meanwhile, my brother and I had gotten bored of just sitting in the police office waiting around so we started playing rock, paper, scissors and army. Those games kept us entertained for some time while our parents worked on getting the permit, ...
The best tourist attraction of Taiwan is Taroko Gorge. I just joined a day tour and it was quite boring. The English brochure said the guide is "foreign language speaker". I thought that meant English speaker, but actually he was able to speak only Chinese. Chinese is a foreign language to me ...
As my roommate has deserted me for the sun and sand of Mexico I decide it's time to make way to the east coast. Hualien- the gateway to Taroko and the Rift Valley. The train is one of the nicer ways to travel around Taiwan and it's relatively cheap. Finding it hard to maintain there are few roads or tracks that cross the center of the island so the trains loop around clock and ...