Caesar Park Hotel Kenting
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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Something beginning with B.... Yes it was a Buddha day. We disembarked at the mad and aptly named Banana Pier of Kaoshiung, the second biggest city in Taiwan. In total contrast to Taipei where we were drenched yesterday and where it rains 280 days in every year (!) Kaohsiung has the air of the tropics and the glorious warmth and humidity of the 24C reflected that.
We travelled through the city and the countryside to the ...
... middle of the week. Also they just opened 4 months ago so they we not as well-known as other hostels in Kaohsiung. I took a quick shower and nap before heading out for dinner.
Shing recommended this restaurant that served Duck Noodles, not too far from hostel. I have not had duck yet so I decided to go for it. A bowl of Duck noodle soup was only TWD 50, which is a little less than $2. The broth was delicious and the duck really nicely cooked. Since ...
... like OK. I knew she could be blunt from the few messages that she had sent me earlier on whatsapp but I guess it's different when it is in person. She also wrote on her profile that some people and even her roommates told her she can be rude at times. I guess these people have a point. She then asked me where I was staying tonight! Confused, I replied hostel but in my head I was freaking out. I have NOWHERE to sleep tonight. I thought she was hosting ...
This post will be really brief. The past few days have been tiring and I needed a break so I decided to stay in Kaohsiung for one more night and just do nothing but relax. I bid farewell to Che and thanked him a lot for hosting me for the past two days. It was a great experience and I am glad I got to meet him.
I was looking for a coffee shop but nothing was opened close by so I had to go to the Starbucks which was pretty ...
... the terrace three times and stop and bow at the 4 pagodas on each corners of the terrace and obviously the giant Buddha.
Before heading to the monastery, I went for lunch at the Camphor Groves Tea House. All the meals were vegetarian inside the complex. Non-vegetarian food was prohibited inside the complex. The meal was quite good and consisted of rice with curry vegetables, soup, sauteed green beans and congee. It was pay by donation so no set ...